TALENT MANAGEMENT AND EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE OF BANKS IN UROMI, EDO STATE
Keywords:Talent management, succession planning, employee performance, turnover intention
When the researcher visited the financial institutions of study, he noticed that most managers of the focused financial institutions do not plan for the future of their sub-ordinates. This attitude of these managers could increase the likelihood of employees to part ways with the institutions of study. The broad objective of this paper is to determine the type of relationship between talent management and employee performance of banks in Uromi, Edo state. The study was anchored on Person Job Fit Theory of Taylor 1911. Survey design was used for the study, questionnaire was the data collection tool employed, a population of 93 was used for the study, a census sampling technique was used, Pearson Product Moment Correlation Coefficient was used to analyze the 81 valid copies of the questionnaire returned by the respondents. Findings revealed that there exists a significant positive relationship between succession planning and turnover intention since r=0.85 and r is greater than 0.23. Based on the findings, the researcher concluded that there exists a strong significant positive relationship between talent management and employee performance of the focused banks. The researcher recommended the preparing of sub-ordinates for future opportunities by superiors of the focused financial institutions as a result of its effect on turnover intention.