Our 2019 Talent Trends research uncovered that 83% of human capital leaders around the world say the goal of their talent strategy is to have a measurable impact on business performance, up from 57% just three years ago.
With persistent talent scarcity, the widening skills gap, and better access to technology and data, more talent leaders are looking toward an integrated — or total talent — model to achieve that goal. In fact, most (76%) plan to implement a total talent strategy this year.
“Be bold,” says Cindy Keaveney, chief people officer at Randstad Sourceright, when encouraging companies to adopt a holistic total talent approach. In this article, Keaveney provides tips for implementing an integrated talent solution. Find out why you should create new learning initiatives and nurture relationships with contingent talent, and how you can empower employees with innovative tools and improve workforce diversity and inclusion.
Read the article in Recruiting Daily Advisor for tips and to learn which countries are most open to adopting a total talent strategy this year. Then download your copy of the 2019 Talent Trends Report for additional insights on the trends you need to watch.
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