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Dec 21, 2021

Inside The Shifting Talent Pipeline Strategy That Helped One Multinational Company Attract Top Tech Talent in Italy

Labour shortages have made headlines across the globe, from truck drivers in the U.K. to construction workers in the US. But this is not just a blue-collar worker problem. Many companies are facing shortages in the white-collar space.

Inside The Shifting Talent Pipeline Strategy That Helped One Multinational Company Attract Top Tech Talent in Italy

Aug 25, 2021

Difficulty hiring and keeping workers will last into 2022

The survey, conducted from August 4 to August 9, found nearly three in four employers (73%) are having difficulty attracting employees. That’s nearly three times the number (26%) that reported difficulty last year — and up from the 56% that reported difficulty the first half of this year. Roughly the same percentage of employers (70%) expect the difficulty to persist in 2022.

Difficulty hiring and keeping workers will last into 2022

Jun 1, 2021

The Impending Talent Surge

When the pandemic finally lifts, it appears at least one thing will return to normal—a competitive labor market. Below are early warning signs of a building talent surge of voluntary turnover that will likely hit organizations later this year.

The Impending Talent Surge

Mar 12, 2021

Turnover ‘Tsunami’ Expected Once Pandemic Ends

Employers were experiencing high rates of turnover prior to the economic shutdown triggered by the pandemic last spring, but since then, quit rates reached their lowest level in nine years. Retention and turnover experts now predict voluntary job-leaving will increase significantly in 2021 as employees resume job searches they put off for the past year.

Turnover ‘Tsunami’ Expected Once Pandemic Ends

May 15, 2015

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New inventions are based on existing, knowledge and past inventions – they have build-in assumptions for how to realize the value of the new ideas. If you fall behind on keeping up with the continuous development, you will lack in fulfilling those build-in assumptions and you may fail in realizing the expected new value. A shift from expecting hard deadlines for delivery to a continuous flow of improvement becomes important.

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