Case Study: How to grow and keep your brightest and best
This family-owned UK civil engineering and construction company of 1800 engineers knew it had to innovate to succeed in a highly competitive marketplace. So talent was key to their strategy. Yet the company was losing its brightest 25-35 year olds to the competition.
People didn’t know they had been identifed for fast-track development. No-one was told how much they were valued. The pressure was on for a small HR team to come up with a different approach and they asked 3C to help.
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