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Talent (Human Capital) Management and Sports? Sign Me Up, Please! - Part 1
Sure, by now most of us have heard about the importance of strategically managing talent and human capital, but how many of us are convinced that companies

chartered accountancy  the United Kingdom (UK) Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), Hewitt Associates , and Taleo, there are many challenging workforce issues confront HR departments, including: Heightened competition for skilled workers -- sure, there is a record high unemployment figure in the US these days, but some sectors have severe shortages of skills such as nurses, petrochemical engineers, renewable energy (green) experts, or stem cell researchers, to name a few. Some stats are showing the figure

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