Ann Feyerherm Authors Opinion on How Companies Should Evolve to Address the Talent War for HR.com
Millions of U.S. workers are quitting their jobs each month. The majority of people are not leaving the workforce, they are transitioning to new jobs. The tight labor market, also known as the Great Resignation (aka the Great Awakening) is creating a talent war. Organizations are having to re-examine the ways they function so they can get creative and try new tactics to recruit, retain, and inspire workers, writes Ann Feyerherm, PhD, Pepperdine Graziadio faculty member. In a just posted HR.com opinion, “Employees Need to Evolve to Succeed in the Great Awakening Era,” Dr. Feyerherm describes actions that could be taken in recruiting, developing workplace practices, and in the longer term, examining the structure and culture of organizations. According to Dr. Feyerherm, to find and retain top talent in an employee’s market, HR leaders should:
- Explore incentive programs and workplace benefits when recruiting
- Create employee well-being/mental health policies and programs
- Build a strong company culture with purpose.
The full article is available at HR.com.