Are You Ready for the Four Most Critical Talent Initiatives for 2016?

talent management, 2016 planning, Gartner, critical capabilities

We’re closing out the first week of November, and while for many that might mean it’s almost time for turkey and football, we know that for CHRO's and their staff, it means its time to begin planning for 2016 strategy and initiatives. Part of this planning means evaluating current HR technology systems in place, and researching tech vendors and solutions. 

However, how can you begin to evaluate technology solutions if you don't know which specific use cases you will need to solve for next year? That's why we've partnered with analyst firm Gartner to present our webinar, Featured Analyst Firm Gartner Presents the Four Most Critical Talent Management Initiatives for 2016: Are You Ready?”

Join us as Yvette Cameron, Research Director at Gartner, walks through the firm's recently published Critical Capabilities for Talent Management Suites report, which provides an in-depth analysis of vendors in the market. It focuses exclusively on critical attributes and capabilities that technology buyers should evaluate when considering their next strategic talent initiatives.

Yvette will provide insight into the many discussions of pain points and critical business needs that Gartner has had with clients of all sizes, and how they shaped the four most common use cases for talent management: 

  • Attracting and retaining talent 
  • Developing the workforce 
  • Pay for performance 
  • High-volume talent management

Join us on November 12 as Yvette runs through the elements of each use case and how vendors are offering solutions that drive measurable results. She will also discuss: 

  • How the 2015 analysis and research reflected here will guide investment decisions for companies in 2016 
  • The importance of recruiting, performance and compensation to deliver business outcomes 
  • Human capital management trends and predictions for 2016
Register today, and inspire your 2016 planning!

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