Employees who aren't given access to social technologies to collaborate internally will find another way, potentially posing much bigger privacy, confidentiality and other risks to organisations, says learning expert Anne Bartlett-Bragg.
The single most important strategy to ensure ongoing access to the right candidates is to create a culture where everyone views finding great talent as part of their job, says Aberdeen Group research director, Mollie Lombardi.
The tendency to invest as little time and money as possible in training and engaging temporary employees is understandable, but can cause lasting damage to an organisation's customer and employer brand, says Sork HC managing director Anthony Sork.
An employee's first day of work is critical in getting the relationship with their new employer off to a good start, but many organisations fail to ensure the experience is a positive one, says human capital expert Anthony Sork.
Employers that want to access top talent fast and develop leadership skills among existing employees should consider implementing an intern program, says Ernst & Young managing partner and people leader Lynn Kraus.
Whether a personal handover between an outgoing employee and their replacement will help or hinder a business comes down to the question of trust, says Right Management talent management practice leader Rosemarie Dentesano.