Goldman Sachs’ outgoing HR chief says any leader who doesn’t wake up every morning worried about losing top talent probably isn’t a very good manager
|11/06/2019||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- Goldman Sachs is just as worried as any other employer about attracting and retaining top talent.
- According to HR chief Dane Holmes, hiring technical talent is a big challenge.
- Holmes said every leader at every company should be concerned about talent management.
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The competition for a job at Goldman Sachs is stiff.
Of the 1 million applications for mid-level jobs that the bank receives every year, about 5,000 get hired. That means Goldman is nearly 10 times as selective as Harvard.
But Goldman leadership still worries, constantly, about their ability to attract and keep the world’s read more >>>