International Journal of Advanced Educational Research


ISSN: 2455-6157

Vol. 1, Issue 2 (2016)

Talent management: A strategy to improve employee performance

Author(s): Seema Verma
Abstract: Talent management should be associated with the employee life cycle, and build on a consistent capability platform. The insight of managing talent is not much new, four or five decades ago, it was viewed as a secondary responsibility associated to the human resource department, now talent management is an organizational task that is being taken more genuinely and acutely. There is nothing new about the different approaches contained in the concept of talent management – attraction (acquisition), retention, motivation, engagement, development and succession planning. The research is made in order to depict the used talent management practices by the employees in workplace to make clear understanding about how much organization are using their talent efficiently. Since, the use of talent management programs and practices as an HR communication tool not only taken care of the problems associated with traditional management methods but also offer certain advantages as managing and enhancing the quality of work with productivity. The approach for this study is analytical study with clinch consideration on major purpose of acquirement and a better understanding of the individual’s talent. The purpose of the study is to enquire the need of talent management to enhance the organizational effectiveness and find affirmative relationship between talent management and organizational overall performance.
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