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Workforce Planning: Does your company have the bench strength to sustain top performance?

In sports, a team’s success is linked to its bench strength - the players on the bench who can seamlessly jump in and replace a player who is pulled due to injury or some other reason. Professional football teams don’t go into games with only one quarterback and baseball teams have players on the bench in case someone goes on the disabled list. It should be the same in business, where bench strength refers to the capabilities and readiness of potential successors to move into key professional and leadership positions. It is critically important because organizations continuously go through turnover, restructuring and changes in business strategy. Whenever a key person leaves - whether in lea

Not Receiving Enough Quality Applicants? It's Likely Your Employer Brand.

Your company is hiring, which means you’ve likely done the groundwork and communicated the job opening externally. So why aren’t there more A-player candidates knocking on your door? A recent LinkedIn survey of 26,000 professionals found that the main reason people don’t apply to a job is because they don’t have enough background about the company or even the position itself. If your company isn’t able to attract suitable candidates, it’s likely that your employer brand is lacking. Effective employment branding is able to attract even those who are not actively looking. Establishing a unique and compelling employer brand is one of the most effective ways to attract and keep top talent in you

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