How Midsize Firms Can Attract — and Retain — Talent Right Now
Harvard Business Review recently published an article addressing the "Great Resignation," which impacts middle-market companies, making it challenging to attract and retain talented employees. Surveys show that middle-market CFOs and CHROs view talent retention as their top challenge, even more, critical than supply-chain disruptions or costs. Many companies lack the tools and resources to address the issue effectively.
To overcome this talent crisis and save costs, there are effective strategies to implement:
1. Identify the Talent Gap: Start by understanding the specific talent you're lacking. Pinpoint the roles or skills that are in high demand within your organization.
2. Improve the Recruiting Process: Revamp your job ads and descriptions to showcase the benefits of working for your company. Utilize modern recruiting techniques and technology to reach a broader pool of candidates.
3. Foster Retention Strategies: Prioritize employee development, offer clear career paths, and create an inclusive culture. Competitive compensation packages can also help retain valuable talent.
By implementing these strategies, middle-market businesses can build a strong and resilient workforce, successfully navigating the current talent market challenges.
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🔗 Credit: Harvard Business Review