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Talent Edge Weekly - Issue #102

TALENT EDGE WEEKLY
Talent Edge Weekly - Issue #102
By Brian Heger • Issue #102 • View online
Welcome to this week’s issue of Talent Edge Weekly - the weekly newsletter for human resources practitioners, bringing together talent and HR insights from various sources.
THIS WEEK’S CONTENT
  • LinkedIn’s 2022 Global Talent Trends Report: The Reinvention of Company Culture | LinkedIn | A 67-page report that explores how flexible work, employee wellbeing, and the “Great Reshuffle” are leading firms to cultivate human-centered cultures.
  • Employee Value Proposition Design Template | Gartner | An editable template that helps firms gather and summarize information from three important sources to inform their EVP design.
  • The Overlooked Weapon in the War for Talent | Heidrick & Struggles | Explores three tactics HR leaders can use to optimize career development and employee retention in a hybrid world.
  • Well-being: A New Cornerstone for ESG Strategy and Reporting |Deloitte | Provides a 3-component framework for integrating and deploying various employee wellbeing efforts at the organizational level.
  • Podcast: A Practitioner’s Wishlist for I-O Research | Marc Effron and Department 12 | A 20-minute discussion on how I/O researchers can more effectively design and communicate their research to HR practitioners.
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Have a great and safe week everyone and I look forward to sharing more ideas in next week’s Edge!
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Brian Heger is a human resources practitioner with a Fortune 150 organization and has responsibilities for Strategic Talent and Workforce Planning. To connect with Brian on Linkedin, click here.

THIS WEEK'S EDGE
LinkedIn's 2022 Global Talent Trends Report: The Reinvention of Company Culture | LinkedIn
Employee Value Proposition Design Template | Gartner
The Overlooked Weapon in the War for Talent | Heidrick & Struggles
Well-being: A New Cornerstone for ESG Strategy and Reporting |Deloitte
Podcast: A Practitioner’s Wishlist for I-O Research | Marc Effron and Department 12
MOST SHARED RESOURCE FROM LAST WEEK
C-Suite Outlook 2022: Reset and Reimagine Report | The Conference Board | A 33-page report that addresses what C-Suite executives are most concerned about in 2022, including various aspects of work, workers, and the workplace.
Sample comments from LinkedIn
One of the few, if not the only time, I’ve seen a consistent, across the board #1 priority on a global basis.
Thanks for the neat summary, Brian! We talk a lot about war for talent and the great resignation, but what I am wondering about - if so many people are resigning, there must be a bigger available talent pool at the moment. Also with unemployment being high, companies shouldn’t struggle to hire as much as they do. However we see both high resignation rates AND more difficulties in closing vacancies (I am just running a short poll on my page confirming the case). Isn’t it a bit contradictory? where are all these people going? is it rather not a great resignation but a great migration from undesirable companies to more desirable, as they became more available through remote work OR as people defined their career goals more precisely? would be very interested to hear your opinion on this matter, or maybe you have some articles/insights to share. Thanks in advance!
TWEET OF THE WEEK
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