Sucessful Hiring Procedures

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Successful Hiring Procedures “I am convinced that nothing we do is more important than hiring and developing people. At the end of the day you bet on people, not on strategies.”
– Lawrence Bossidy, GE

Hiring and developing the right people are part of the most important bases for the present and future success of any company. Each employee contributes to the development, innovation and implementation of any value, belief, behavior, philosophy and attitude inside and outside of a company. In the following paper I will discuss the importance of HR, talent management and their relationship in the successful hiring process, considering the arguments of Peter Capelli the author of the article HR for Neophytes. A. Peter Capelli states that managers are more and more likely to take management into their own hands instead of rely on the HR functions; but is this an effective practice?

To define the importance of talent management is necessary to describe it as the primary driver for organizational success. Broadly defined, talent management is the implementation of integrated strategies or systems designed to increase workplace productivity by developing improved processes for attracting, developing, retaining and utilizing people with the required skills and aptitude to meet current and future business needs1. The responsibility for talent management is shared thought out all the organization from the CEO to the frontline managers, and their communication. The SHRM’s Talent Management Survey Report mentions that the top areas in need improvement regarding talent management practices and strategies are 1) building a deeper reservoir of successors at every level; 2) creating a culture that makes employees want to stay with the organization; 3) identifying gaps in current employee and candidate competency levels; and 4) creating policies that encourage…...

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