Following the employee recruitment and selection process, onboarding is one of the most critical functions for effective talent management in any organization. Onboarding, in numbers: Companies lose 25% of all new employees within the first 12 months As much as 20% of employee turnover occurs in the first 45 days of employment It costs $3,000… read more →
“Robo-advisers, if they are done well, can provide an improvement for the rest of us.” Alistair Haig, University of Edinburgh When someone says robots, our first thoughts are machinery in a production line, driverless cars or odd gadgets to clean the house. However, robots go far beyond the manufacturing industry. But financial services? No way. In fact,… read more →
We have seen various styles of management across many verticals, whether it’s in energy, financial services or healthcare, the underlying essence for effective management remains the same. Despite the excellence in resources provided to an operating organization, the challenge remains in the hands of an “Active Manager” to deliver business and bring new opportunities to… read more →
Trindent Consulting is pleased to announce its recent hire, David Smith, as the Vice President of Human Resources. “Our people are Trindent’s biggest asset. In order to continue to grow globally and deliver outstanding client results, it was essential to bring David on board. He has a proven track-record of establishing effective national and international… read more →
Read how improving human capital efficiency is an effective way to increase margins and how it will be a key to Asia’s success. The article is featured in the March 2016 issue of Asian Insurance Review.
While countless white papers have been published on the importance of inventory management, at refineries across North America it seems the jury is still out. Through the collective experience of the Trindent Hydrocarbon Loss Control practice we’ve witnessed every inventory management structure imaginable. While one refinery will keep the crude tanks filled to capacity in… read more →