Why job roles shouldn't be set in stone

11/20/2012 | TalentMgt.com

Companies can make more efficient use of their talent if they continuously assess which roles in the company have become irrelevant, and if they are willing to shift employees to different departments depending on talent needs, Amy Friedman writes. "The better an organization gets at mobilizing its talent so that it flows to the open and most appropriate roles, the more fluid the workforce becomes," she writes.

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