In the heart of London, industry leaders, HR professionals, and strategic thinkers came together at the recent Strategic Workforce Planning Event. The gathering provided valuable insights into the journey towards a dynamic and proactive future of work. The event's main theme, "Transitioning from Workforce Planning to 'Workforce Doing,'" echoed throughout the sessions, highlighting the essential shift from theoretical planning to practical strategies.
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In case you missed it, we recently discussed the impact the national talent shortage is having on key industries. In short, the talent scarcity in healthcare, technology, and hospitality has forced employers to adapt to changing workforce dynamics and put more significant effort into recruitment and retention efforts.
The Growing Impact of the Talent Shortage: How Key Industries are Affected by the Lack of Skilled Workers
Businesses across all industries are grappling with a challenge that shows no signs of abating - the skills shortage. Critical job roles remain unfilled for weeks and months on end, resulting in reduced productivity and increased operational costs. As a talent acquisition and workforce planning professional, you are on the front line of this issue, responsible for finding the right candidates with the necessary skills to fill those vacancies and ensuring the organization is well-equipped to face future challenges to operate efficiently despite any potential skills shortages.
In today's fast-paced business environment, workforce analytics has become an indispensable tool for organizations seeking a competitive edge. By leveraging data-driven insights, business leaders can make informed decisions that enable them to attract and retain top talent, optimize workforce planning, and drive diversity and inclusion. However, selecting the right workforce analytics platform is crucial for achieving the desired outcomes.
In today's fast-paced and highly competitive market, the tech industry is facing several challenges, such as talent shortages, skill gaps, high turnover rates, and the need for a diverse and agile workforce.
Workforce analytics has become an essential tool for businesses looking to optimize their talent management processes and stay ahead of the rapidly changing job market. With access to accurate and comprehensive data from various sources, companies can identify issues related to recruitment, retention, diversity, engagement, and skills development.
The workforce landscape has undergone significant changes over the years, and so has the way companies manage their employees. Workforce analytics has emerged over time as a critical tool for organizations looking to optimize talent management strategies.
Working as a Customer Success Manager at Horsefly, I've had the pleasure of working with many strategic talent acquisition teams to help them become more proactive and data driven in their approach to sourcing talent..
As a component of the overall Talent Planning/Talent Management process within organizations, succession planning is an undertaking that generally aims to strike a balance between the objective and the subjective. When comparing internal versus external candidates at all levels within a company, insights into global labor market intelligence are paramount to developing a holistic succession planning initiative.