“Employee performance can be improved by focusing on careers and talent management” Submitted By:
Kazi Iftahaz Ahmed 1030239530
Sabrina Humayun Upoma 1110574030
Sharmin Sultana 1020846530
Md.Washim Ahmed 1020963030
Rabeya Sultana 1120284530
Ahsan Zaman 1030211530
North South University
Date of Submision: 9th December 2012
Table of Contents
Career and Talent management literature
Role of career and talent management in creating skilled and knowledgeable workforce 9-16
Individual level outcomes career and talent management
BAT Bangladesh: Organizational overview
Career and talent management in BAT
Transfer of career and talent management for creating Skilled and knowledgeable workforce in BAT 26-27
Career and talent management evaluation process of BAT
In Modern world Today’s Business are ongoing changes. It requires new knowledge and skills as a means of knowledge innovation. Now this knowledge is transfer into the workplace by the fact of increase knowledgeable workplace in order to remain competitive market and business sustainability. Career and Talent management are one of the important buzzword of modern HR. It creates the ability of knowledge and transfer into skilled and knowledgeable workforce. In contrary the scenario of the modern world there are lot of surrounding circumstance factors based on Talent management and it can’t be judged properly without proper evidence. By considering this fact this research paper emphasizes the similarities and dissimilarities between the theoretical facts of career and Talent management. We found new opportunities on this research paper. There are some limitations which we are not found properly. This paper occupy a judgmental approach to case study of a multinational corporation to demonstrate a broader perspective of viewing the role of career and talent management in creating skilled and knowledgeable workforce in an emerging economy.
Competition for good employee and talent is likely to intensify as international companies increase their overseas footprint. Therefore, it will be critical for businesses of British American Tobacco (BAT) to build a strong and clearly differentiated reputation as an employer. Increasingly, people want to work for businesses with strong sustainability credentials, so management of BAT need to ensure that the group of existing talented employees continues to stand out in this area. Ensuring their workforce shares in the success of a sustainable business will help BAT to attract the best people wherever they operate. Career and Talent management Literature
This section we mainly focus on career and talent management literature. In order to do so career and talent management create skilled and knowledgeable workforce individual level of outcomes from career and talent management organization outcome that we discussed with stiffness.
Career and Talent Management
A perfunctory review of the career and talent management literature exposes a degree of debate as to the conceptual boundaries of the topic. Career consist a level of responsibility, status, power and reward (s.chand). A career is a sequence of separate but related to work activities that provide continuity order and meaning in a persons (Flippo).Whether talent management is a process of planning, recruiting, developing, managing, and compensating employees throughout the organization. But main thing driving the talent management is the...
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