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Handbook of Transnational Crime and Justice 2ed

by Philip Reichel and Jay Albanese SAGE Publications, Inc
Pub Date:
05/2013
ISBN:
9781483321967
Format:
Ebk 576 pages
Price:
AU$165.00 NZ$170.43
Product Status: Available
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Acquiring and Retaining Talent to sustain in competition!

Preface
Introduction
Attracting the Right Talent
Nurturing Talent
Retaining Talent
Talent Management

With the fierce competitions and economics difficulties, it becomes more and more important for organizations to build knowledge assets as quickly and flexibly as possible. One solution before organizations is becoming “talent magnets.” This book tackles the gap between established theories and practices on talent management and provides step-by-step action plans to talent acquisition and retaining through in-house capabilities. The author in his book The Magnetic Organization: Attracting and Retaining the Best Talent simplifies and synthesizes issues, including controversial ones and provides new insights on talent management. The author’s approach makes the book suitable for talent management courses as well as a self-guide for organization’s managers.