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UK: Survey shows talent management is becoming less transparent

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Tue Mar 09 2010

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New research by people management firm, Talent Q, has revealed that the way in which organisations manage talent has become much more secretive than a year ago. On the back of widespread redundancies and organisational restructuring, the number of senior HR executives saying that their talent management process had become less transparent, increased by over 41 per cent.

Talent Q's second annual survey canvassed the views of 225 senior HR executives who work for organisations which together employ some 10 per cent of the UK's workforce. They were questioned about a range of talent management issues, with the results showing that just under a quarter of all UK organisations (24 per cent) claimed to have open and transparent talent management processes and, in sectors such as industry and manufacturing, this figure fell to only 12 per cent.

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