Employees increasingly demand a hyper-personalised management approach that provides them with highly tailored experiences as well as helps them achieve their objectives from their employment.
Can you currently effectively identify and address your talent and skills gap?
In an evolving world of work, the only constant is the change that comes with it. The role of talent has been revolutionised by the use of data but still, we hear about talent functions not truly understanding their current business situation before trying to develop.
Where does your current focus lie within your talent journey? Is there more focus on recruitment than retention? Do you have an understanding of your current talent infrastructure?
In our latest research, the Beamery Talent Index Seventh Edition, we asked over 6,000 workers (in the US, UK and Nordics) how they feel about their current roles, employers, and the job market. Despite the uncertain economy, many of the workers we asked were generally (or very) happy in their current roles and were optimistic about the future of their company and opportunities to develop new skills.
This is no longer just about tech — if it ever was
Surveys focused on the concerns and priorities of the CISO community have been quite consistent over the last few years, and collectively, they paint a slightly uncomfortable picture: The picture of CISO roles and security practices still operating bottom-up, disconnected from the dynamics of the business and the broader culture of their organisation.
When times are starting to get tough, do you risk losing an employee or can you pivot and offer new opportunities internally?
Becoming a great place to work is the aim but how do we get there and what does that really mean for today's employees?
A consistent employee experience is one that all employers are now aspiring to as employees embrace the flexibility between working from home and/or the office. All employees are unique, which lends to the importance of embedding a culture of hyper-personalisation to facilitate heightened engagement and bring continuous improvement to the employee experience.
How can you effectively identify and address your talent and skills gap?
In an evolving world of work, the only constant is the change that comes with it. The role of talent has been revolutionised by the use of data but still, we hear about talent functions not truly understanding their current business situation before trying to make the next steps.
The term “culture” is thrown around often these days in relation to the workplace. Sometimes it feels like just a buzzword or like a company is checking a box, but when done well, a strong workplace culture can make the difference in helping your company stand out amongst the competition.
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