- Created: Thursday, 28 May 2015 16:12
The workshop entitled “Internal Recruitment: the principal challenges of talent in Europe” began today at the Hotel Riviera and Maximilian in Trieste. This workshop is aimed at Human Resource and management roles of medium and large companies and organised by Simulware in collaboration with its partner Cornerstone OnDemand, a leading firm in the supply of technological solutions for the management of professional talent. After a welcoming speech given by Dr. Casaleggi (General Director of the Science Park Area) and by Alessandro Minon (Simulware General Manager), the workshop was officially opened by Dr. Fasolo (researcher at the Milan Polytechnic Institute) who presented the results of a European survey on internal recruitment which involved four European countries - Italy, France, United Kingdom and Germany - and 363 companies from different sectors.
A hot topic of the day was the opportunity to invest in mobility and the training of internal company talent as an alternative to the traditional search for external resources, in a logic aimed at the preservation of skills and the optimisation of internal wealth. With a different systems, the common thread emerging from the four countries that were the subject of the research is the tendency to give training a strategic central role in company growth. “A strategy without resources is impossible, and the most precious resource of any company is its personnel” is the key concept that emerged from Alessandro Bolzani’s speech as Regional Sales Manager of Cornerstone OnDemand in Italy.
According to Cornerstone, instability in the work world and the high mobility of talent make it difficult to create loyalty over the longer period and should lead European companies to look at employees as customers, and as a consequence give high level answers to the new generations of employees who are extremely demanding in terms of training, digital literacy, feedback and growth possibilities.
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