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August 11, 2008

Grooming Talent Pool

Talent means the skill that someone has quite naturally to do something that is hard. Someone who has talent is able to do something without trying hard. It is an ability that someone is born with.

Universities across the country churn out thousands of graduates and post-graduates every year. This talent makes its way into various organizations.

Self Employment is not considered a lucrative option for, in most cases, even in the case of the professionally qualified. Everyone is on a lookout for lucrative options with the Corporates.

Once these talented young men and women join up for jobs, the concerned employers have the duty to manage the talent.

Talent demands job satisfaction, good pay structures, apart from various opportunities to rise in the hierarchy. Market-related packages, mentoring and a congenial working atmosphere must be provided to the youngsters.

Employee Productivity

The Human Resources departments in organizations should be well-equipped to train the new joinees.

Employee productivity in organizations reveals the contribution of the human resources to business and to the profit levels.

Talent within organizations is commensurate not just to the salary and perquisites payout, but also to the cost involved in training.

Serious Business

New entrants into organizations have to live up to the faith reposed in them. They should realize that they have to work up the ladder.

Talent management is serious business and an integral part of human resources development.

Source : http://www.thehindubusinessline.com

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2 Comments »

  1. i am uday from new delhi india
    i am going to start a hr magazine. i am looking for writers who can contribute to my magazine. if u are interested plz contact on my id udaykailashasa@gmail.com

    Comment by uday — August 30, 2008 @ 2:37 pm

  2. Good source of information…

    Comment by Neetz — October 21, 2008 @ 10:39 am


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