Ungated Post | 25 Sep 2017
The Hays Global Skills Index 2017
Organisations across the world face an ongoing challenge to attract and retain top talent. For the sixth year running, this report–created in collaboration with Hays, the global recruitment agency–assesses the magnitude of those challenges across 33 countries using a unique index.
To provide context around the index scores, this report also explores three labour market shifts that are critical to understanding today’s recruitment landscape: employers and workers are increasingly taking up less rigid working patterns, skilled migration is on the rise, and new technology is raising questions about who will do the work of tomorrow and what that work will look like.
Read the full report.
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