Today, the world of HR is facing fierce challenges in helping organizations become top destinations for talent, building the workforce of the future, managing an agile organization and retaining top employees, all while providing strategic insight to key decision-makers. Most businesses, whether large or small face similar challenges with respect to their talent management practices like hiring people for the right skills at the right time and for the right job, with issues related to engaging and retaining their talent.
With the advent of technology, talent management has seen a smooth shift in creating a holistic experience for not just the employee but for the employers as well. Talent management has moved beyond just attracting, recruiting and engaging. It is about preparing the workforce for the future of work, ensuring up-skilling and re-skilling, and about creating a continuous learning culture.
People Matters along with Cornerstone OnDemand is curating a series of Video Interviews on the transition from Talent Management to Talent Experience by taking insights from some senior HR leaders across countries in the SEA region.
For our very first episode, we hosted Jacely Voon, Chief of People, Culture & CSR at Fuji Xerox Singapore along with Kartik Krishnamurthy, Managing Director, Asia CSOD and moderated by Yasmin Taj, Managing Editor, People Matters.
Here are few highlights from the interview:
- Top 3 talent priorities at Fuji Xerox SG and some of the recent developments in Fuji Xerox's Talent Management System, especially in these times of crisis
- The future face of talent experience and key trends which will change the role of HR
- The ever growing market of technology and innovation with increased usage of talent management tools in any organization
- Latest developments in the talent management systems space