Record low unemployment, greater business confidence and concerns about talent scarcity: it all adds up to an environment in which employers are committed to enhancing their workplaces to attract and retain top talent.
According to Randstad Sourceright’s global 2018 Talent Trends research, over half of the 800 C-suite and human capital leaders surveyed plan to invest in creating a more desirable workplace experience. That means focusing on advanced technologies, improved hiring processes and on-site amenities.
It also means changing how employers classify and source talent. In fact, Randstad Sourceright found that at least 25% of companies are shifting traditional full-time roles to temporary or freelance status. The vast majority (76%) also believe the right person for a role may be an employee, contractor or contingent worker and could come from anywhere in the world.
“At the end of the day, companies faced with a tight labor market must pursue a multi-pronged hiring strategy that incentivizes top performing employees, while attracting hard-to-find talent,” said Rebecca Henderson, CEO of Randstad Sourceright. "By implementing an integrated talent approach, companies can improve their workforce agility, retain top employees and increase their employer value proposition to better manage talent and drive overall business growth.”
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