New Guild for Talent Management Companies

With the aim of providing companies with a line of support services for human resources processes, a guild for managers and intermediators of human talent has been formed in Guatemala.

Monday, September 24, 2018

The Chamber of Commerce of Guatemala (CCG) announced the creation of the Human Talent Management and Intermediation Association (GGITH), which has among its objectives providing services for talent management, and the dissemination of knowledge and improvements in the practices in human resource.

Lucía Keilhauer Persson, vice president of the GGITH explained to that " ... the purpose is to meet specific needs and for trainers, consultants and students with common activities and goals to be brought together.'The idea is to create a consulting and training arm' for those who manage human talent."

Keilhauer added that " ... most large companies have a human resource department while small companies delegate that work to other people or companies. The situation of human talent in the country is varied because there is plenty of demand for employment but there are few vacancies."

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