No one knows your business like you do but why not trust an impartial, objective seasoned Advisor that has the experience specializing in talent?
For the past 25 years, I have built programs that focus on helping organizations and their people run more efficiently and effectively. This includes having a proven track record for delivering results, in fast paced, challenging environments that are in start-up mode, mid-size organizations and those that are embarking on change.
I believe the key areas of the Employee Lifecycle are broken down into 3 main sections. 1) Attraction 2) Development 3) Retention.
1) Attraction - which focuses on targeted recruitment plans for attracting top talent. Ensuring through a vigorous hiring process that "A Players" are selected and securing this talent with competitive compensation packages.
2) Development - considers employees having the opportunity to learn and grow in your organization. Career advancement is a sign of "good" people health.
3) Retention - in an employees market, good talent becomes harder to keep. Employees that are happy at work tend to be engaged, more productive, and inclined to stay.