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Talent Management

The most important assets any business has are the people who work there. Focus on and protect the human resources in your company with a talent management strategy from PeopleKeys.


At PeopleKeys, we believe that an understanding of human behavior is the cornerstone of personal, professional, and corporate success. We offer a wide variety of talent management strategies specifically tailored to work with the unique personalities and abilities of your staff.


We have talent management tools that can help with any part of the process, including:

  • Employee screening
  • Onboarding
  • Improving morale
  • Creating performance benchmarks
  • Employee placement
  • Job skills tests

What is the definition of talent management?


Talent management is a diverse set of strategies for hiring, training, placing, and motivating employees. It’s the process of putting the right people in the right places with the goal of creating the most productive workplace possible.  


What is a global talent management strategy?


A global talent management strategy is a complete talent management system, covering everything from initial pre-employment assessments, to ongoing training and skills assessment tests for existing employees. A global talent management strategy can be put in place to make sure that you hire the right employees, put them in roles that allow them to best use their talents, and keep them happy and motivated so that you retain the valuable employees you’ve invested in.


Global talent management strategies are only one of the many talent management systems we offer. All of our tools are customizable, flexible, and can provide exactly what you need. Our support professionals can help you mix and match the tools you want to create your own personalized plan.


When can you start using talent management strategies?


Immediately. From the moment a resume lands across your desk, we can give you strategies for benchmarking top performers and screening candidates on the basis of traits and skills that you find most valuable.


Pre-employment assessments can be used to screen candidates, looking for the skills and personality traits that will ensure success in a given role. They can be used as a sort of “business personality test,” easily identifying the strengths and weaknesses of each candidate.


What can talent management do for you?


The right talent management strategies can lead to:


  • Improved job satisfaction for employees
  • Increased morale
  • Higher rates of productivity
  • Company loyalty
  • Improved motivation and productivity
  • Creative and engaged employees
  • Less employee turnover
  • Reduced hiring costs
  • Increased profits
  • Corporate growth


Unlike other talent management companies, PeopleKeys has 30 years of experience in the study of human behavior to draw from. Our pre-employment tests, employment placement tests, and personality tests for employees are a valuable part of any talent management strategy.


Talent management solutions aren’t “one size fits all”—They are as unique as your business and take into consideration the importance of all the personalities behind the scenes. Our DISC employment assessment tests and tools for business have been proven to work, and factor in the unique ways that people think, act, and interact.


PeopleKeys can design a talent management strategy for your organization, tailored to fit your specific needs. No matter the size of your company, we can give you a clear plan for the future that allows you to maximize your manpower. 


“A recent IES/Work Foundation Report found that a 10% increase in the amount of money invested in talent management strategies can increase profits by $2400 per employee per year.”