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Talent Management in the Coming Decade: How Your HRIS Can Help

Source: Epicor
Only 18% of North American companies feel their organization is well prepared to develop the leaders it will need over the next ten years. That's why it is now more important than ever to make the most out of talent management software to create employee development programs and succession plans. Download this white paper to learn how.


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