Should companies commit more to their employees?

03/15/2012 | Harvard Business Review online

U.S. companies should consider bringing back the "organization man" model of employee development, Peter Cappelli writes. In the past, companies developed the talent they needed on the inside and made long-term commitments to their workers. Today, companies increasingly are hiring from the outside, but also are having trouble finding the skills they need. Providing employees both development and career opportunities could help solve the problem, Cappelli writes.

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