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COVID and Skills – How should you rethink your talent strategy ?

How should you rethink your talent strategy so that you have the people you need when the recovery starts? CEOs will be faced with difficult people decisions. However, given the importance of talent in accelerating progress, it’s critical to adopt a through-cycle mindset on people—not just in keeping the right talent but also in building … Continue reading

Future of Work, Intelligent Automation (IA) and Talents – 10 percent of companies held more than 30 percent of the job postings among the largest 100 US companies

Easing the pressure points: The state of intelligent automation, a new report by KPMG International and HFS Research, provides the data and research needed to help properly assess an organization’s progress on the intelligent automation (IA) journey. Based on a survey of nearly 600 business leaders across 13 countries, this report paints a clear picture … Continue reading

Digital Talents Gap – Developing them among the existing workforce

Companies are trying a variety of unconventional methods to bring in digital talent. Facebook, for example, has “acquihired” the employees of more than a dozen companies—buying these companies as much or more for the employees as for the business itself. Meanwhile, Citigroup and others are introducing online gaming apps, either as recruiting tools or to … Continue reading

Hiring / Employers’ old tech costs talents

The recovering labor market may be facing two new hurdles to faster hiring: smartphones and unsophisticated employers. Highly valued employees are turning to their phones to hunt for jobs, but employers’ outdated tech is throwing a wrench in the process. Some employers’ websites and long applications don’t work well on devices Almost a third of Google … Continue reading

Skills Gap / Transaction banking: a substantial talent shortfall

The appeal of the transaction services industry for new talent has never been higher, as high-impact, pejoratively dubbed ‘casino’ investment banking job opportunities vanish. Technologic nous and an ability to navigate new client demands – amid market and regulatory shifts – are key skills that budding transaction bankers must develop to make their names in … Continue reading

HR Still Isn’t Strategic

For two decades we have been hearing that HR must become a strategic partner to the business. And the fact that we’re still hearing it suggests that in many organizations it hasn’t happened. The need to align HR with the business has become more urgent than ever. Financial markets exert relentless pressure for growth, especially … Continue reading

Employers and Young Talents | Do not rely on the market for talent writes ManpowerGroup

As a series of demographic and economic shifts intensely converge, creating a “Human Age,” a range of population groups are being alienated from work opportunities in the global economy writes ManpowerGroup in  Wanted: Energized, Career-Driven Youth. (Adapted excerpts by Job Market Monitor following) Young workers are most affected and have been labeled a lost generation of … Continue reading

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