As all HR professionals know, talent management is a crucial component of achieving organizational success. Effective talent management has correlated to the financial performance of a company.

Companies that are leaders in talent management had a turnover that was 2.2 times lower and profits that were 1.5 times higher than companies with poor talent management. The Return of Investment in talent management immediately translates into concrete results for a company’s performance. It also has a positive effect on the general well-being at work of employees, as a talent that is given opportunities to grow and develop is more positive engagements within your company.

Managing the various HR processes can sometimes feel like a juggling act, between recruiting the right candidate, onboarding, and succession planning, there is a lot to manage. Having the right talent management system in place can help streamline all the HR processes within one platform.

With the right Talent Management System, there are several great benefits for your organization to attain.

1.       You can easily integrate and align core HR processes, which share data across the entire system allowing easy access. This gives a clearer understanding of what that data means for your business and enables you to make informed, strategic business decisions.

2. Almost a third of senior leaders say that finding talents is their “most significant managerial challenge.” There are many reasons for this, and the scarcity of great talents is chief among them. This means organizations are directly competing with one another for the best talents around – a veritable war for talents. How can HR and recruiters adapt to make their company more appealing and attract the right hires? One tried and true method for making your organization more appealing is: employer branding.

Employer branding is a company’s reputation as a place to work, and how appealing it is to prospective talents; it’s your employee value proposition. This is the offer that a company puts on the table – what an employee will get in return for working there.

The workforce is getting younger, and millennials and Gen Z are due to make up 75% of the workforce in the year ahead. So, your employee branding needs to play to this crowd, and appeal to young talents through the right communication channels. Building an effective employer branding strategy takes effort, but it’s worth it.

3.      Faster recruitment process, a talent management system can help you recruit those talented candidates that everyone is after quicker. The HR management team and hiring managers can quickly, thoroughly, and reliably search their talent pool according to relevant field data like experience, skills, education, and so on.

4.     You can create employee profiles that hold all the information and data collected during the recruitment and hiring process. Automating the new hire paperwork can save you time which you can use to focus on the new recruits instead.

5.      Employee development is very important in contributing to a company’s growth, a well-integrated talent management system should include an option for employee learning and development, it enables employees to take courses, and at the same time collects data on what skills an employee has and does not have and allows the HR team to assign training which the employee can then access from their personal profile on their own.

6.     We all know that retaining is essential for every organization. It not only helps you in keeping hold of your assets but at the same time also helps in reducing employee turnover. Employee engagement plays a key role in employee retention, and there are ways to do it, such as

·        Participative decision-making,

·        The opportunities to gain new skills and varied experiences through training or mentoring, or access to tools that can help them succeed,

·        Recognize employee’s efforts and contributions,

·        Promotion and employee perks that help.

7.     An HR software and talent assessment tools help you assess your company’s capability to maintain goals. Do a regular follow-up, keep track of the employee’s development, and direct them towards their objectives. Make sure you keep everything on track so that you are ready for whatever the future brings.

If you execute the program and don’t take the necessary steps, then you might not get the desired results.

A successful talent management system has the best components, which are solid and well-directed. Be sure that placing a candidate in the wrong position can amplify the problems regardless of their competencies.

Every company needs its best talents to be ahead of the competition. Talented employees are the most critical factor that drives an organization and takes it to the level it wants to be.

Investing in an Integrated Talent Management System will allow you to be more strategic, more informed, and free up time to focus on the talents you have hired and recruited, and will support the entire workforce management process. | | ASEAN Payroll and HRMS software on the cloud by Cadena International |