As we navigate in the new world of work, the role of skills is becoming a more pertinent part of employee growth. How do we understand skills within our organisation to the same level that we understand our roles? How can we understand the current state of our talent infrastructure and where we need to get to?
As economies gradually open up and we move further into the New Future of Work, various trends are becoming apparent, in the workplace and beyond. Key among these are a strong desire among workers for greater flexibility in, and real control over, where, when and how they work. In addition, employees have a growing preference for working for organisations that have strong environmental and ethical credentials, those which genuinely embrace diversity, equality and sustainability.
When I got my very first tattoo I was beyond excited about it. My parents did warn me and said that it’s likely a lot of people will perceive me as not professional or as someone who cannot be taken seriously. “How absurd and ridiculous is this” was what I thought back then. Until I started to look for a job and ended up in many situations where I felt like I needed to hide who I am, including my tattoos. All to be accepted by someone else…
With over 73,000 employees globally and operating in the fast-paced and ever-changing insurance industry, training its people and keeping them up to speed is essential for Italian insurance company, Assicurazioni Generali.
Are you attracting the right talent?
We live in a different world of recruitment.
How graduate talent works, looks for jobs and wants to be hired has drastically changed in the last two years.
One thing is for sure; getting an accurate pulse on emerging graduate recruitment trends isn’t easy.
We put the legwork into identifying and summarizing those key trends for you.
After reading this article, you’ll have a huge edge in recruiting in an increasingly competitive environment.
Working in HR is more complex than in decades: the voluntary turnover rate is the highest in over 20 years, and the average time to fill a role has more than doubled during the pandemic.
To find and retain top talent, HR leaders need a new approach to talent that traditional HRIS and ATS systems can’t deliver alone. You need a new talent code.
Read this infobook to learn how to:
It’s Possible to Maintain Output Levels During the Big Quit. Here’s How:
Recruiting is an important and complex function. In a growing economy, your company “becomes the people you hire,” so your ability to find, attract, and select the best candidates is critical. Despite the pandemic, recruiting is again becoming a challenge. In January 2021 more than 15 million jobs were open in the U.S., up almost 13% from one year ago. Our pandemic response study showed that companies that hired well in 2020 have significantly outperformed their competition.