BRANDEMiX NOT THE ONLY FIRM TO SUPPORT TALENT MANAGEMENT

New study finds that talent management may be recession-proof as 77% of participating companies plan to increase or maintain spending levels.

As specialists in the branding of human resources initiatives, BRANDEMiX is proud of our partnership with the New Talent Management Network, the only free network of more than 800 Talent Management professionals.

Our initial work began with designing their new logo and website (www.newtmn.com), and we have just completed the production of their 2nd Annual State of Talent Management study, conducted in November and December 2008.

Be among the first to hear the results of the 2nd Annual Talent Management Survey
Download the Study
NTMN_Survey08.pdf

Register and participate in a free conference call to review the findings

DATE: February 18
TIME: 12 – 1pm EST
LOCATION: Virtual Event

During this session, you’ll hear:
:: The three key insights that emerged from the survey—and
their implications for talent management professionals
:: How the recession is impacting budgets—and what you can do about it
:: How talent management professionals rate themselves in core
competencies and where you stack up
:: Best practices that drive talent management effectiveness
:: What talent management professionals are paid, who they serve,
what they do and the future outlook for the profession

Our collaboration with the New Talent Management Network is directly tied to our commitment to both Human Resources professionals and employee development, and we’re proud to be part of an esteemed group leading the way.

Happy Groundhogs Day
Jody

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