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talent management

The area of a business that focuses on retaining current employees and hiring new, exemplary candidates. Talent management is a crucial part of any successful business.
See also: management, talent

have a hidden talent

 and have hidden talents
Fig. to have talents or skills that no one knows about. Wow, Perry! I didn't know you had so many hidden talents.
See also: have, hidden, talent
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May we have little or no regrets that we did not develop our talents to the fullest.
Extract Talent is proud to announce the release of their recruiting website on July 1st.
Gallup defines talent as the natural capacity for excellence.
Surveyed oil and gas executives ranked finding the right people globally as their top talent priority, citing managing human capital (38 per cent) and expanding into global and new markets (38 per cent) as their companies' most important strategic concerns.
MAMA TRISH (Peter Coghlan) AGE: 48 FROM: West Midlands JOB: Drag queen PIERS SAID: We are looking for talent and you're it.
India's Got Talent' will be following the global format, wherein, the show will traverse the length and breadth of the nation to bring forth interesting talent.
It took a few years after that for the research to be widely disseminated but that dissemination has clearly continued--it would be a surprise if you went to a conference these days that didn't have a focus on talent.
Q Models: We reward the good talent scouts very well, but the bad ones don't do so well, and they eventually get fired or leave.
Technology talent may appear to be available at short notice via a plethora of channels, including employees, contractors, consultants, vendors, outsourcers and off-shorers.
Based On: Case by case basis on multiple criteria, including talent and financial need
This section also provides a historical context for how talent has been viewed throughout the centuries and how views have changed.
Midway through chapter 25 of the gospel, Jesus presents one of the most challenging of all of his parables--the parable of the silver talents.
These students and their fellow finalists in the 50th Westinghouse Science Talent Search form an eclectic group of teenagers: They're as exuberant about DNA as dancing, as likely to talk about betacarotene as baseball.