Despite seemingly weekly reports of high-profile companies laying off chunks of their workforce, the labor market remains extremely competitive. As HR leaders struggle to expedite the hiring process, they should consider re-evaluating the talent already at their disposal. For example, instead of recruiting a new division or department head, perhaps they should identify potential leaders within the company and train them for key roles. In this episode of HRD Talk, Ahva Sadeghi, co-founder and CEO of Symba, discusses the importance of employers investing in their employees’ development.
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