Creating a Sustainable Talent Management and Rewards Model
Coming off the worst global recession in decades, companies are beginning to refocus on growth —some cautiously and others more aggressively, depending on the perceived strength of their local economy. One thing that unites many organizations in their perspective on the future is a deep concern about talent and performance management. According to Towers Watson research, there is little doubt that getting a lock on the talent issue is critical to an organization's competitive advantage, and moreover, to an emerging global growth agenda.
Today's companies face a number of current challenges such as ongoing employee demands for security, stability and opportunity that are difficult to meet, new complexities presented by a lack of career advancement opportunities and retention issues for critical-skill employees.
How should HR leaders begin to address these issues? Going forward, organizations must begin to focus on developing a sustainable employee value proposition - one flexible enough to be vital throughout the economic cycle. Join global talent management practice leader, Ravin Jesuthasan, as he shares insights from Towers Watson's research on the global workforce and talent management practices and trends.
This Webcast will discuss:
· Differentiating rewards between top performers and average performers
· Developing a formal employee value proposition and communicating it to employees
· Introducing organization-wide consistency in reward and talent management programs
· Developing business-centered leadership competencies that support their strategy
· Increasing emphasis on performance management, leadership, employee learning and development
About Ravin Jesuthasan
Ravin Jesuthasan is the global practice leader of Towers Watson's Talent Management Practice. He is a Managing Director and responsible for coordinating all practices across the firm's Talent and Reward Segment. Ravin has extensive experience in the design and implementation of workforce and people systems that align with an organization's strategic drivers and the creation of shareholder value. He has led numerous large-scale, global restructuring and transformation engagements for his clients.
In addition, Ravin has published numerous articles and led several global research efforts on the topics of labor cost management, performance management, rewards and talent management. As a recognized thought leader, he has been a featured speaker at conferences across the world. He has been featured and quoted extensively by leading business media including CNN, The Wall Street Journal, BusinessWeek, Newsweek, CNBC, Fortune, and a variety of international publications. He was recognized as one of the top 25 most influential consultants in the world by Consulting Magazine.
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