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Weathering the Talent Management Storm
Check out this fun, visual game plan for nurturing your top performers that you’ll surely want to pass along to your coworkers!
Check out this fun, visual game plan for nurturing your top performers that you’ll surely want to pass along to your coworkers!

Check out this fun, visual game plan for nurturing your top performers that you’ll surely want to pass along to your coworkers!Employee engagement has arisen as one of the most important factors in human capital management, a key reason why high-performing people leave their current employ. If workers don’t feel engaged in meaningful work, believe their efforts are undervalued, or are unsure where their careers are headed, they’re apt to consider greener pastures elsewhere.

Regrettably, more than half of all U.S. employees fall into this category, expressing feelings of disengagement in their jobs, making this a major workforce management concern. Talented employees who don’t feel valued for their efforts are likely to spread their malaise, blackening the reputation of the business as a satisfying place to work.

How can employers ensure the workforce is experiencing high levels of job satisfaction? Predictive data analytics is one solution. The UltiPro High Performer Predictor™ analyzes employee “flight risks” based on 16 behavioral drivers of disengagement, such as “team conflict.” Once recognized, business leaders can use UltiPro My Leadership Actions™, which provides more than 70 recommended leadership actions to improve employee engagement.

When high performing people are assured their job performance is being evaluated fairly, eight in ten remain with the company. Two-thirds of highly engaged employees say management does a good job of communicating with them. And more than three-have a reasonably good idea of their career paths.

To win in today’s highly competitive labor market, employers must identify their high performers, nurture this talent, recognize their feelings of dissatisfaction, and assure them of their value. It’s a lot easier to retain topnotch skill sets than replace them.


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