Talent Management


  •  Al Mutairi Aned O.    
  •  Siti Rohaida Mohamed Zainal    
  •  Al Mutairi Alya O.    

Abstract

The study is set in context of the issues faced by the financial sector corporations in managing the talent and human capital within their company. Present HRM policies needs to be revised in order to utilize their cash in developing and enhancing talent within the company. The paper is drafted to formulate an investment plan for the financial companies that will facilitate them in introducing a structured talent management program focusing on tangible and intangible returns associated. The strategies defined in the paper are not costly yet possess potentials of attracting the competent and skilled workforce in this industry. The strategies discussed include comprehensive learning through e-learning, experimental learning approach, performance measurement system, rewards and recognition and continuous monitoring of talent management framework. It is expected that these can help in dealing with the complexities within the nature of finance industry too.

flc\eo@!0!l factors, internal factors and SMEs’ owner-manager characteristics. This study employed multiple case studies strategy as its research design and in-depth interviews as primary data collection method. Collected data were analyzed using thematic analyses to identify recurring factors across cases. The findings showed that notwithstanding of the technologies adopted by the firms, internal factors and SME’s owner-managers characteristics have significant influence on technology adoption among SMEs.

 

 

 



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  • ISSN(Print): 1925-4725
  • ISSN(Online): 1925-4733
  • Started: 2011
  • Frequency: semiannual

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