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Barkha Talent Acquisition Talent Retention

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  • 1. TALENT ACQUISITION Barkha Sharma [email_address] Asst. Manager HR
  • 2. Talent Acquisition
    • People are not your most valuable asset ……..
    • The RIGHT people are
  • 3. To attract the RIGHT people we need to offer them a unique Employee Value Proposition
  • 4. TALENT
    • Realities :
    • Educated VS Talented
    • Talent is getting scarce
    • Demand exceeds supply
    • Beg the talent to join, paying painful salary
    • Loyalty is portable
    • Hire the fire
  • 5. THE TALENT – PARADIGM Talent Acquisition Talent Development Talent Management Talent Retention
  • 6. THE TALENT – PARADIGM Talent Acquisition Talent Development Talent Management Talent Retention HR Planning Audits Policies Leadership Development Capability Management Organization Development Learning Performance Management Rewards & Recognitions Career Development Employee Engagement Branding
  • 7. TALENT SOURCING
    • Employee’s referrals
    • Hire for the attitude – Train for the skils
    • Campus visits
    • Networking
    • On the job training
    • Captive Placement Organization
  • 8. Scarcity of Talent, so what! Create Talent (from ZERO to HERO)
  • 9. Retention Through Employee Engagement
  • 10. Feeling “engaged” depends on the “strength” of the workplace not necessarily on the corporate leadership
  • 11. The importance of feeling “ENGAGED”
    • Companies do not retain people
    • People decide to stay
    • They decide to stay when they feel “engaged”
    • “ Engaged” employees stay longer
  • 12.
    • THE STRENGTH OF THE WORKPLACE
    • CLEAR EXPECTATIONS
    • RESOURCES
    • OPPORTUNITY
    • RECOGNITION
    • CARE & CONCERN
    Feeling “Engaged” depends on
    • DEVELOPMENT
    • PARTICIPATION
    • PURPOSE
    • QUALITY
    • APPRAISAL
    • LEARNING
    If we provide all the above, then we have built a GREATER PLACE TO WORK. Most of the above are in the hands of THE BOSS.
  • 13. The BOSS
    • The “Boss” is the key factor in building a strong work place.
    • Talent retention strategy will work if we have the “Boss” in right place.
    • “ Boss” who “nurture” and “mentor”.
    • Creates nurturing environment for the employees to imagine, explore, pioneer, invent etc.
  • 14. Growth is a pre-requisite
    • Talent can be retained with business growth.
    • New businesses provide career opportunities.
    • Retaining talent and growing business are therefore interdependent.
    • “ Growth” is therefore a pre-requisite.
  • 15.
    • Whatever can be done, will be done,
    • And much faster than you think
    • The question is…
    • Whether it will be done by you or to you?
  • 16. THANK YOU