Talent scarcity continues
to be a challenge for most organizations as they face
uncertainty. Get the insights to effectively build a resilient and adaptive workforce
contingency in the year ahead.
With chronic skills gaps persisting
around the globe and market conditions becoming
uncertain, talent leaders are faced with the monumental task of making sure they are
well resourced. But limited talent pools, budget cuts and hiring slowdowns are making
hiring more confusing and complex than ever before. By not having the right people to
achieve your business goals, you can expect your organization to fall behind in the
rapidly changing global economy.
To combat this, employers are exploring new ways to attract and retain high-demand
skills; their traditional hire and fire strategies won’t adequately support their workforce
needs now and and in the future.
Where should you search for specific skills based on market competitiveness? How will
you craft your remote working policies based on location and job roles? Where there are
opportunities to hire and develop talent based on the adjacent skills they already have?
The “2022 Global in-demand skills report” has answers to these questions and more.
Download your copy to see the top ten in-demand skills across 26 markets globally, and
access intelligence on nine factors — from compensation to market competitiveness —
- artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI/ML)
- cloud computing
- Big Data
- business intelligence and data visualization (BI/DV)
- user interface and user experience (UI/UX)
- mobile app development
- sales and business development (BD)
- financial management/budgeting and accounting
How your business responds to the widening talent gap and shortages will be critical to
your growth in the months and years ahead. This intelligence will help you better
understand these market complexities to inform and develop a well-crafted talent
strategy that gives you a competitive advantage moving forward.