In this digital age, relations are formed and maintained through social media. With the creation of professional networking sites such as LinkedIn, the talent market becomes digitalized. More than that, the transparency of social media transforms the talent market by making information more readily available.
In today’s world of continuously increased competition for talent, employers must take a long-term view on relations with high potentials. Ages 16–60 is half a lifetime, but the value that the right, engaged employees offer an employer is worth the effort. Top performers may potentially join and re-join the same company a number of times throughout their careers, most likely adding more and more value to the business.
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