Leadership is looking to you for a vision to succeed in a time of talent scarcity. It is about understanding where talent comes from, when traditional workforce rules and limitations are in a state of constant change. Where do you turn for the big-picture insight you need?
Talent challenges today are universal, but how you address them requires a tailored approach. For this you need concise market insights, subject matter expertise and well-considered strategy.
Randstad Sourceright, a global talent leader, announced availability of its “2016 Talent Trends Report,” a comprehensive guide to 30 of the most important trends impacting the world of talent, employees and business this year.
“Each year sees the emergence of new challenges in talent management, opportunities to improve existing processes and promising techniques and technologies that will disrupt the status quo,” said Rebecca Henderson, chairman, Global Leadership Team of Randstad Sourceright and Group president, Talent Solutions, Randstad US.
“As the workforce management and technology landscape continues to evolve at a rapid pace, HR and talent leaders must understand how they can leverage new tools and capitalize on the power of talent analytics to adapt their strategies and account for these changing trends. This report provides organizations with the market insights and subject matter expertise to continually improve their workforce planning, attract and retain top talent and stay ahead of the competition.”
The Randstad Sourceright “2016 Talent Trends Report” was developed with the feedback and outlooks of nearly 400 HR, talent and business leaders from around the world. Through an online survey of respondents spanning more than 60 countries, Randstad Sourceright uncovered that the single most challenging talent management issue of today is a lack of critical talent and the resulting impact on the business, as well as a company’s leadership and succession pipeline.
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Other repercussions of skills shortages include increased spending on talent acquisition, growing frustration among hiring managers and disappointed leaders who want to know why business plans aren’t moving forward.
The survey results presented in the report also provide a holistic view of how organizations around the world deploy talent, the challenges they face and the solutions that help them to keep moving forward. Key findings include:
As one of the most extensive explorations of global workforce trends, and with the opinions of industry thought leaders from across the talent management space, the report provides best practices for HR leaders to adapt to talent scarcity challenges.
It also provides a comprehensive view of key developments in the world of work and how other organizations are meeting the demands of today’s numerous talent challenges.
Topics include how the sharing economy and on-demand talent impact engagement strategies, how global talent mobility helps or hinders business plans, the effect of an integrated talent approach on organizational ability, how to turn talent analytics into business insight and much more.
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