Employers need to move with the times. Their willingness to adapt is rewarded by simply being able to attract the better candidates. They speak the language of youth, that which is "in vogue". What can an employer do to appeal to Generation Z? How can psychological assessments and evaluations support this process? In this article, we will address these points.
In 1998, the war for talent was launched. Talent managers and HR professionals wanted to win the war and the struggle for high potentials was high on every agenda. Yet today, this struggle is even more important than ever before.
Thanks to Covid, changing work landscapes and the evolution of technology, the focus of talent search is changing. Once again, talent managers and HR professionals face new challenges. Their practices need to change significantly to stay ahead of the curve.
Almost every organisation reaches a point in its development where the organically grown HR processes need a systematic structure. In the absence of a common basis, it is often difficult to align HR tools and the introduction of new services and processes is hindered.