Jun 12, 2013 | HANOVER, MD | For media inquiries, please contact us at media@TEKsystems.com.
Hanover, Md. – June 12, 2013 – TEKsystems®, a leading provider of IT staffing solutions, IT talent management expertise and IT services, today released new research that illustrates organizations are facing significant shortcomings in regards to succession management plans.
The study, conducted as part of TEKsystems’ IT Talent Management Survey Series, surveyed more than 1,500 IT leaders and more than 2,000 IT professionals. Key findings include:
Important but Not Effective
Biggest Pain Points Preventing Success
“Attrition, promotions and organizational changes are inevitable. Strong succession management programs help to ensure business continuity while also recognizing and developing high-potential employees waiting to step up,” says TEKsystems Director, Rachel Russell. “The best succession programs integrate with other talent management practices, clearly define ‘high potential’ employees and are evaluated periodically to keep pace with evolving business demands.”
TEKsystems' Rachel Russell is available for additional commentary. For more information about the survey or to schedule an interview please contact Rick McLaughlin (TEKsystems@daviesmurphy.com).
People are at the heart of every successful business initiative. At TEKsystems, an Allegis Group company, we understand people. Every year we deploy more than 80,000 IT professionals at 6,000 client sites across North America, Europe and Asia. Our deep insights into IT human capital management enable us to help our clients achieve their business goals–while optimizing their IT workforce strategies. We provide IT staffing solutions and IT services to help our clients plan, build and run their critical business initiatives. Through our range of quality-focused delivery models, we meet our clients where they are, and take them where they want to go, the way they want to get there.