As a leading voice in the assessment solutions/talent management industry, TTI Success Insights explores common issues affecting people across all levels of business today. Blog topics seek to address solutions to real-world problems and challenges people face on a daily basis when it comes to topics such as hiring, organizational development, coaching, leadership, motivation, goal setting, behavior-style identification and emotional intelligence, to name just a few.
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If you are a business owner, human resource professional or team leader, being aware of the disparities that exist in today’s workplace can be a great resource for improving morale, productivity and engagement of your workforce.
Since the demand for jobs exceeds today’s supply of workers, employees have the edge when it comes to the so called “war for talent.” Today, employees are expecting, even demanding, a whole new work environment, specifically a better employee experience. When the experience doesn’t match the expectation, employees are more likely than ever to take their talents elsewhere.
With so much competition for top talent, companies that want to rise to the top need to offer opportunities to workers that satisfy both their professional and personal needs. Doing so will help differentiate great companies from the rest, ensuring these companies receive a steady flow of the most sought after employees.
Today’s workers have different wants and needs compared to those of previous generations. Security and predictability have given way to preferences for flexibility, culture fit and a people-first focus.