HomeAuthorIsabella Rodrigues-Mendes, autor en Catenon World

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On 25th March, the CENTRHO Association of AEDIPE held the gala of the 1st edition of the INNOVARH Awards, where the Talent Hackers project developed by Catenon, the first platform based on nodal technology for the search of STEM professionals, was chosen as the best initiative of an HR Services company for Companies. Catenon has always been committed to #innovation and #technology to create new disruptive models in the search for professionals, and especially in...

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No one can deny that there is an underrepresentation of women in executive roles and C-Suite positions. Despite the significant progress that has been made, women’s representation at the executive level of organisations remains troublingly low. According to a report by Cranfield School of Management and EY, the percentage of women holding FTSE 250 executive director roles was just 11.3% in 2020.   Why is this? Unfortunately, it is not solely the glass ceiling (the invisible...

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It is no secret that the digital and technological acceleration is transforming the labour market. In fact, according to the framework that McKinsey and Company have developed for the pace of automation adoption, 22 percent of current work activities (equivalent to 53 million jobs) could be automated by 2030, assuming a midpoint scenario.  According to the World Economic Forum’s Future of Jobs Report 2020, easily automated jobs such as Data Entry Clerks, Administrative secretaries and Accountants will decrease...

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Companies need to be proactive when recruiting, given that most of the talent is not looking for a job actively. In fact, 70% of the global workforce is made up of passive talent or passive candidates who aren’t actively job searching, and the remaining 30% are active job seekers. This paired with the fact that there is a skills gap in the current labour market, where studies found 48% of respondents lamenting that candidates lack the...

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According to the World Economic Forum, in their “Future of Jobs 2020” report, it is estimated that by 2030 more than 85 million jobs could go unfilled because there aren’t enough skilled people to fill them! The tech talent gap is wider than ever! There is a significant talent deficit, where there is a high demand for professionals with technology and digital skills and a shortage of supply to meet that demand. According to Balderton’s analysis,...

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The shift from physical in-office work to remote work (the “new normal”) is inevitable. With this shift, remote leaders will need to learn the new skills required to meet the challenges of a virtual workplace. Here are the top 5 skills to becoming a successful digital manager: Communication, Engagement and Collaboration Emotional Intelligence and Empathy Planning and Goal-setting Feedback, Performance Management and Trust Tools and Tech Solutions    1. Communication, Engagement and Collaboration  Remote leaders...

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The evolving shift to remote work and remote technology has shed light upon global talent recruitment. This means that companies, wherever they are located, can recruit talent from whichever country they want. Since the appearance of Covid-19, the way we work has drastically changed. Although remote working did exist pre-Covid, evidently, there has been an extreme increase in remote work due to Covid-19. However, this surge is not temporary; it is now expected that the...

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It’s time to start integrating Employee Workforce Analysis into company culture. If we don’t assess the workforce, we will not know which skills are lacking nor be able to identify any potential for development. Regions undergoing a transition in their industrial base often face an increased skilled shortage in emerging sectors of activity. Decreasing employment of skilled workers in traditional jobs is another problem with which they are confronted with, and this leads to a situation...

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According to the latest report “Future of Jobs 2020” by The World Economic Forum, technology adoption and automation is expected to remain relentless and potentially increase in various areas, this paired with the additional stress of the current COVID-19 pandemic recession means it is inevitable that unemployment figures will continue to rise. Therefore, educating yourself about the future of jobs will fare you well, especially in the near future.            ...