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The Talent Management Experience Series-New Roles and Expectations for Systems: Part 3-The Employee Experience

Source: Cornerstone OnDemand
Employees should be seen as active participants in an organization’s talent management strategy. To be effective, employees must have the opportunity to contribute, the information and tools to communicate, and the support of managers and business leaders. Human resources (HR) practitioners must take the time to understand employees’ needs, and design processes and technology solutions to keep them aligned and engaged.


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