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HAYS CALLS ON RECRUITERS TO PLAN FOR THE LONGER TERM SKILLS GAP

HAYS CALLS ON RECRUITERS TO PLAN FOR THE LONGER TERM SKILLS GAP
 
HR and recruitment professionals must be prepared to take a strategic approach to long-term talent supply in order to gain an edge in an increasingly competitive skills market, says Hays, the leading recruiting expert.
 
In the Hays Journal, the recruiter provides insight on how the pace of mobility and talent shortages will test businesses over the next two decades.
 
According to Hays, HR and recruitment professionals will need to actively manage, model and plan for the pressure points they are likely to face globally. In a borderless hiring market, understanding what matters most to staff in different parts of the world is vital. Organisations will need regionally tailored approaches. For example, they may need to focus on compensation and benefits in one area, but career development in another.
 
Charles Logan, Director at Hays, says, Talent shortages will become one of the biggest challenges facing organisations over the next two decades. So while organisations can attract and recruit from a much wider geography than ever before, which has obvious advantages when skills are in short supply, the global talent pipeline will also create serious new challenges for HR to navigate.
 
Hiring managers will need to understand the flow of their talent pipeline, knowing why people move and what drives this movement of talent around the globe.
 
Charles Logan adds, In the context of a global jobs market, whole regions, sectors or industries will need to work hard to position themselves as attractive to international professionals. The challenge may be to manage or stem a flow away from a sector or region, creating a focus on retention and attraction.

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