Judging by the results, the strategy seems to be working.
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More than a third believe the right government policies can help.
Employers say training staff for new tech is challenging, yet trail peers in investing in professional training.
Employers see the potential but need to do more to prepare their employees.
“Connector” managers excel at eliciting standout performance from their employees, while sought-after Always On managers actually degrade employee performance.
Despite wanting to manage complex and hybrid environments, many have no time to learn.
While employers play catch up on social media, employees need to watch out for sophisticated online recruitment scammers.
Candidates with practical experience or able to do case study interviews are preferred.
It is making companies desperate to retain their employees.
Unrealistic expectations created this crisis; HR needs to rethink their hiring approach.
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The reason lies in the increasing influence of today’s younger workforce.
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