Talent Solutions Playbook

Retool and refocus manager training

Manager Training

Ensure all leaders are equipped to support employees’ inclusion, training/upskilling, work-life balance, and overall health and well-being (PDF) .

  • Train managers to speak about benefits and perks during the interview process. Managers must be able to maintain the momentum established by recruiters when talking with potential employees.
  • Develop robust, formalized training programs for new hires. Ensure managers are prepared to conduct frequent check-ins to review progress and provide feedback.
  • Provide ongoing educational opportunities to advance diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I) on a personal and organizational level. Equip managers to handle DE&I challenges (PDF) and provide financial and personnel resources to build, implement and promote a work environment that exhibits respect, welcoming, inclusion, and belonging.

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The playbook provides practical tactics, metrics, and resources to support the recruitment, development, retention, and engagement of talent in the new era of work.

Tactics

Seeking stability Generation X (1965-1980) values flexibility, as these workers usually have responsibilities for aging parents as well as their own children. However, they tend…

Evaluate Current Skills and Gaps Take a skills-based approach to identify current and projected gaps — either social-emotional, technical, digital, or advanced cognitive skills that…

Employee Referrals Referrals are typically the highest quality hires, with greater retention and engagement rates than their peers. You can also leverage top-performing employees to…