Review of genuinely helpful blogs: kajsaasplund.com

Anthony Haynes writes: This is the sixth in an occasional series of reviews of blogs that provide helpful content relating to talent acquisition and talent management. kajsaasplund.com is a newish blog that focuses on talent management, human capital, and organisational development. It is consistently good at building a bridge between research and practice and at… Read More

Update on resources concerning technical ladders

Anthony Haynes writes: Last month we blogged about our hitherto frustrated desire to provide links from our For clients page to good resources about technical ladders. We defined ‘good’ as: available online free to the user crunchy: i.e., that provide firm and precise information or guidance on what to do about developing or exploiting a… Read More

Resources required: Technical ladders

Anthony Haynes writes: On our For Clients page we list links to online resources on central topics in talent acquisition and management. One topic we’d like to provide links for is technical ladders. A technical ladder is a career development pathway within an organisation that allows talented specialists to develop their careers, and earning potential,… Read More

Resources required: employer brand

Anthony Haynes writes: On our For Clients page we list links to online resources on central topics in talent acquisition and management. One such topic is employer branding, concerning the way that organisation develop a reputation, amongst both current and prospective employees, qua employer. There’s general agreement that employer branding matters (and has often been neglected). But finding… Read More

Talent Trends for 2017, no. 1: Age

Originally posted on kajsaasplund.com:
A new year is born, and the blog is back to cover new developments and research findings within I/O psychology and HRM. The biggest focus will of course be awarded to my own  research topic, namely talent management. Although it has been almost two decades since the term “the war for…