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Monday, April 2, 2012
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Recruiting, retaining and managing talent have become top priorities for post-recession employers in 2012 and beyond. Keeping high performers engaged has become even more paramount.

To ensure they're ahead of the curve when it comes to tackling these mounting talent-management challenges, many employers are implementing new programs as well as new technologies to carry those programs out.

Talent leaders and experts have agreed to author the case studies on the following pages to share with you some of their own best practices and recommendations for tackling these challenges. As the author of one such write-up puts in: "To get to real engagement, HR managers are turning to technology. And not just technology for better analytics and efficient processes; they're looking to use it to change employee behaviors to drive ideal outcomes."

Whatever your specific talent-management challenges are, we hope this section provides you with some meaningful insights into how best to solve them at your companies.

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