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Integrated Learning and Performance: Essential to a Talent Management Strategy

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Companies once responded to tighter labor markets with a greater emphasis on recruiting. Today, more firms are focusing on engagement, retention, and driving better performance from their existing workforce while still looking out for talent from the outside. And investing in employees’ training and development can provide big rewards. Learn about the benefits of an integrated learning and performance management system.


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