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Vaiman: Autonomy, pay, recognition keys to retaining talent

By   /  Friday, May 8th, 2020  /  Education, Latest news, Op/Eds  /  Comments Off on Vaiman: Autonomy, pay, recognition keys to retaining talent

By Vlad Vaiman I have been studying what keeps the best employees within organizations for more than 15 years now. Exciting and challenging work and career-growth opportunities are the two most important factors. But I encourage employers to pay attention to the next three on the list as well: autonomy, fair pay and recognition. • Read More →

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Culture key to attracting and retaining top talent

By   /  Friday, March 16th, 2018  /  Education, Latest news, Op/Eds, Opinion  /  Comments Off on Culture key to attracting and retaining top talent

By Vlad Vaiman There have been quite a few conversations lately on the importance of organizational culture in managing talent or, in other words, in attracting, developing and retaining top performers. There are several aspects of your company’s culture you should examine to determine how well you are doing. It is important to keep in Read More →

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Workforce trends challenge for tri-county employers

By   /  Friday, March 17th, 2017  /  Latest news, Op/Eds, Opinion  /  Comments Off on Workforce trends challenge for tri-county employers

By Vlad Vaiman To formulate and implement a meaningful talent management strategy in an organization, its top leaders need to understand current workforce trends. These include a rapidly aging population, increased workplace diversity, significant skill deficiencies and employees’ changing attitudes. The rapidly aging U.S. population is felt in virtually all occupations. Even though the overall Read More →

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Soft skills key to successful managers

By   /  Friday, July 22nd, 2016  /  Latest news, Op/Eds  /  Comments Off on Soft skills key to successful managers

By Vlad Vaiman Executives often promote outstanding employees to supervisory or managerial positions as part of their strategy to retain the best ones. There is nothing wrong with promoting the best people to management ranks, but the problem is that most of them lack managerial skills. A promotion can start out well but turn into Read More →

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