Decoding Global Talent 2018
Ask leaders at big companies what worries them, and one of the first things they’ll mention is the challenge of managing a workforce at a time of rapid change. Jobs being transformed by automation and artificial intelligence is one big concern. Many positions require new digital capabilities or deep technical expertise. They’re hard to fill.
And then there’s the impact of demographics. Older employees are retiring, and younger replacements don’t have equivalent knowledge.Younger candidates bring their own workplace expectations.
As they wrestle with these challenges—and the resulting talent imbalances—corporate leaders and economic policymakers should be taking a closer look at where people want to work, and what they want in a job.
For companies that want to get the best workers, saying the right things isn’t enough. Instead, companies must genuinely rethink their cultures and encourage the behaviors that will make a difference to those who work for them—now and in the future.
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