Plan for Retirement & Succession
Understand the skills your organization is losing through retirement and attrition
Over the next decade, more people will enter retirement
than there are people entering the workforce to take their place. As organizations begin to make this critical transition,
they must prepare. They need a focused knowledge transfer program and tools to automate the employee
Perhaps your organization is not facing a major knowledge loss through retirement. People also leave to pursue other opportunities, or drop
out of the workforce in response to changes in their personal lives.
Sometimes, regrettably, employees become ill or disabled for an
extended period of time, or even worse.
When employees leave the workforce for any reason, the organization loses
those employees' knowledge and skills. WebMentor Skills gives you
the tools you need to understand that loss and respond to it effectively.
Are these Positions still Critical to the Organization's Success?
Use the Role Profile Summary report to see if the skill and proficiency levels are defined correctly for the positions that are being vacated. (Click on the image to view a "Inbound Call Center Operator" role summary.)
What Skills Do the Departing Employees Possess?
Use the Individual Skills Inventory report to catalog the skills and proficiency levels of departing employees. The reports show each employee's strengths and weaknesses, which gives a clear picture of exactly what the organization has lost. (Click the image to view an employee's Individual Skill Inventory.)
Who Among the Workforce Would Make the Best Replacements?
To determine the most qualified candidates for vacated positions, use the Team Builder tool to identify candidates with the smallest skill gaps relative to the open positions. (Click the image to view the results of a Team Builder search for an open Project Manager position.)
How Can You Develop the Replacement Employees' Most Critical Skills?
Use the Individual Development Planner (IDP) tool to create skill development plans for each employee. The IDPs clearly identify each employee's most critical skill gaps relative to the requirements of their jobs, and help focus training and development resources most efficiently. (Click on the image to view an employee's IDP.)
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