A talent management system covers the recruitment, performance management, learning and development, and compensation management of a business’s employees.
Historically, talent management was mainly associated with recruitment activities, but it has evolved into a strategic focus for organisations. Talent management is a common component of Human Capital Management (HCM) systems and helps with modern HR challenges and delivering strategic business goals. Find out more about our Talent Management System OCS HR.Request an OCS HR Demo
There are an estimated 1.6 million seafarers working on the world’s ships. It is an aging workforce in an industry that is changing and needing to attract the next generation. The predictions are that by 2025 the industry will need an additional 148,000 officers to fill the shortfall.
Different skills will be expected from seafarers as they adapt to a workplace in which automation takes over the simple and repetitive tasks. As a result, the need for higher-qualified seafarers will continue to grow.
Businesses will need to adapt quickly to attract and retain the next generations of seafarers who expect instant information and 24/7 connectivity. Early leadership opportunities will be essential to satisfy their ambitions and expectations.
OCS HR Talent Management provides continuity in key positions by identifying and securing talent in your organisation. Use the power of the OCS HR system to coordinate the entire talent management process. Set up training programs, define the required competence for positions, and create workflows. Evaluations and appraisal processes develop employees and ensure their skills are fully utilised. Identify requirements for future recruiting, training, and career transition. Find out more about our Talent Management System OCS HR.
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