Reporting Talent Management

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Resumé

The purpose of Talent Management (TM) is to attract, retain and develop the right talented employees. This paper argues for the importance of both TM and the disclosure of TM initiatives and performance data to internal and external stakeholders. Based on the TM literature and disclosure rationales from the accounting literature, it is argued that Talent Management Reporting (TMR) is relevant for reasons of sociatal positioning, market positioning, risk management, innovation and learning, organisatioal performance, and ethical, legal and economic reasons. The paper also shows through an empirical case study in the Danish banking industry, that the annual report could be a channel for communicating TM initiatives and status to stakeholders, and among them, talented potential employees. Finanlly, this paper presents exploratory and tentative suggestions as to how companies could report TM initatives and performance data.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Publikationsdato2013
Antal sider26
StatusUdgivet - 2013
Begivenhed2nd workshop on Talent Management - EIASM, Bruxelles, Belgien
Varighed: 7. okt. 20138. okt. 2013

Workshop

Workshop2nd workshop on Talent Management
LokationEIASM
LandBelgien
ByBruxelles
Periode07/10/201308/10/2013

Citer dette

Raalskov, J., & Liempd, D. V. (2013). Reporting Talent Management. Paper præsenteret på 2nd workshop on Talent Management, Bruxelles, Belgien.
Raalskov, Jesper ; Liempd, Dennis van. / Reporting Talent Management. Paper præsenteret på 2nd workshop on Talent Management, Bruxelles, Belgien.26 s.
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