Talent management

Modern talent management is becoming ever more important given the global market changes that are taking place. This means designing components such as:

  • personnel development,
  • attractiveness as an employer,
  • performance appraisal, and
  • successor planning

in a way that we are able to meet future challenges. Our focus is on the professional development of employees in an international and dynamic environment. Personnel development concepts and measures are coordinated, developed, and executed on a segment-specific basis because the demands of our business segments differ depending on their customer and market structure. In 2010 for instance, we strengthened our activities for supporting and developing talent by setting up a central talent management system at HELIOS for medical and nursing staff. All measures are oriented toward overarching corporate goals on the one hand, and individual development needs on the other.

We support the development of our employees’ professional and personal skills through a wide-ranging offering of internal training measures as well as through personal career talks. The strengths of each individual employee are deliberately furthered and tapped. Through the specific transfer of know-how within the framework of our successor planning, we ensure that valuable expertise is not lost.

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Personnel development