Middle market companies provide a third of U.S. private-sector jobs and account for the largest share of private job growth. Over the past five years, the growth rate of payrolls at these dynamic organizations has outpaced smaller and larger businesses by more than double. With an increasingly high demand for skilled talent, high-growth middle market organizations face various talent management issues, including how to build a talent pipeline, attracting talent from non-traditional sources, and branding an organization as an employer of choice.
This webcast will identify the market forces impacting supply and demand of labor, a review of higher education initiatives to prepare the next generation of talent, and creative tactics companies can take to attract and retain talent to growth oriented businesses.
- Identify market forces impacting the supply and demand of talent
Identify ways companies can become more effective and proactive in solving workforce problems
Recognize the importance of the middle market to the U.S. economy
Cite the current workforce issues facing middle market businesses
Apply best practices in order to hire workers with the right skills
Determine actionable steps business leaders can take to improve workplace engagement
- Steve Coman, Director, Human Capital Services, Grant Thornton LLP
- Tom Stewart, Executive Director, National Center for the Middle Market
- Martha Ross, Fellow, Policy Program, Brookings Institution
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