Published on 28 Nov 08
by SOUTH AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
The supply/demand curves for skilled staff has now intersected and there is a gap - a global skills shortage. For your business to survive and for you to service your customers, how do you ensure you are not the ‘loser' in this talent war? This presentation discusses the following:
potential employees and employees now have the power of choice - not the employer
how has this come about and what does it mean for you?
what are the drivers for people to be attracted to, and remain with, a company and particular sector?
what about Generation Y or X or the Baby Boomers?
practical strategies to source, attract and retain staff
what can you do to improve your reputation as an employer?
Susan is a registered Psychologist and works for Chandler Macleod.
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28 November 2008
Attracting and retaining staff in a skills shortage workforce
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