How can human capital leaders help their businesses thrive after the coronavirus pandemic? Adopt a data- and technology-centric approach to talent strategy.
According to new research from Randstad Sourceright, data is critical in helping businesses predict workforce needs and fill skills gaps. That’s why, 47% of HR leaders say they are spending more on predictive talent analytics this year.
“Companies will have to prepare their workforces to adapt to unpredictable market conditions in the future,” said Cindy Keaveney, chief people officer at Randstad Sourceright. “To do so will require embracing HR technologies that provide greater insight and the flexibility to deploy talent quickly based on demand and market factors.”
What other areas should companies that want to thrive focus on in a post-crisis world? The research suggests homing in on enhancing workforce agility, improving the talent experience and investing in reskilling.
Read the full article in Human Resources Director to learn more about these trends and how they can help you move your business forward during this time of uncertainty. You can also get your exclusive copy of the Randstad Sourceright’s research, “Talent Trends, COVID-19 & the future of work,” for practical insights.
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