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Ashish Kaushal shares specific strategies to retrain the workforce and open up the talent pool even wider.
In an age where tight labor markets define staffing and recruitment efforts, businesses are finding that AI in talent acquisition to be an important edge.
As we close out the second decade of this new millennium, it’s worth reflecting on how drastically the staffing industry, the function of human resources, and the concept of talent have evolved thanks to digital transformation.
Continuously reskilling within the workforce is essential to keeping up with our rapidly changing world of work.
It’s critical for organizations to stay on top of developing skill trends so that competitive advantages aren’t missed.
Martin Thomas, head of total workforce management at Philips, offers strategies for pivoting organizations toward an all-encompassing approach to talent sourcing.
There are still challenges with freelancing, such as the lack of paid maternity or family and medical leave. However, many women choose to forgo these benefits in order to do rewarding work on a schedule that suits their needs.
In 2018, about 40% of 6,500 global executives predicted that freelance workers would account for a growing share of their organization’s workforce in the next five years.
Begin by asking the question, who will interact with the freelancers?
The changes associated with the talent economy will continue to be challenging, but necessary for the staffing industry to evolve.
By 2026, the participation rate for people aged 65-74 is projected to be 30.2%, almost double what it was in 1996.
Regardless of how a company chooses to utilize the freelance workforce, one thing is clear: The benefits of hiring freelancers are numerous.