From Pause to Play: (Re)Visting talent spend as we approach new ways of working post ‘freedom day’.

Photo from Pexels - fauxels News outlets are describing today as New South Wales' (my home state in Australia) 'freedom day'. (Some) Restrictions have relaxed (for some). A beer at the pub is possible. A calendar invite saying 'haircut' is highly probable. Some (physical) workplaces also reopen today. There's evidence that some employees are on … Continue reading From Pause to Play: (Re)Visting talent spend as we approach new ways of working post ‘freedom day’.

Talk about recruiting – who’s your perfect match?

"Matchmaking". It's a term we generally associate with locating our one and only partner with whom we will share all of life's ups and downs, but that makes it a pretty fair analogy for recruitment and selection. And when talking to executives and teaching students, I find boiling down vast conversations about traditional recruitment and … Continue reading Talk about recruiting – who’s your perfect match?

Talk about talent management – just for the elite?

Debate rages within both academia and industry about whether organisations should apply talent management policies and practices to all employees, or only a small proportion of their workforce. Much of the debate centres on the extent to which talent management differs from more traditional human resource management.  A central area of contention between stakeholders is … Continue reading Talk about talent management – just for the elite?