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1. Definition of the Great Attrition phenomenon  The Great Attrition is a current phenomenon whereby large numbers of employees are leaving companies, and companies are struggling to retain the best talent. This phenomenon has been maximised in the post-COVID economic environment, the nature of the workplace has changed, and it has been demonstrated that it is possible to work from anywhere in many cases, and this has led to a shift in employees’ priorities as...

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Due to the situation caused by Covid-19, millions of unemployed people are at risk of exclusion from the labour market, with the economic and social consequences that this entails. Firstly, because it is difficult for them to find a job, and secondly, because they are unable to access higher quality and more sustainable jobs due to a lack of digital skills. In order to improve the employability of these professionals in a situation of redundancy, the Transformational...

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“Hiring talent remains the number one concern of CEOs in the most recent Conference Board Annual Survey; it’s also the top concern of the entire executive suite,” according to the Harvard Business Review. The ‘war for talent’ refers to an increasingly competitive landscape for the recruitment and retention of talented employees. In 1997, the phrase was coined by Steven Hankin, of McKinsey & Company. What’s more, according to Deloitte’s Global Human Capital Trends survey, 61% of...

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According to the latest “Future of Work 2021 Global Outlook” report by Monster, after analysing their findings from the vast amount of data gathered, they pinpointed the top three recruiting challenges identified by recruiters for 2021: Finding candidates with the right skills, Work/life balance expectation, Virtual recruiting Challenge 1: Finding candidates with the right skills So why is it difficult to find candidates with the right skills? The nature of work is rapidly changing due...

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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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Who would have imagined that in a single day, all family members would have to juggle simultaneous videoconferences? The kids with online school and mom and dad working remotely? A few years back this would have seemed like an episode of The Jetsons. Today this is the ‘new normal’, and it is still unclear whether or when will it all go back to the way things were. There’s still a lot of uncertainty around the...

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One of the biggest problems companies face today is recruiting talent. Overused recruiting tools do not make much of an impact on coveted, passive top candidates. Benchmarking can be used in two different ways, both applicable to recruitment processes. First, you can set benchmarks during your hiring process, taking action based on specific data to make continuous improvements when recruiting. The other way is to look at experts that have already found techniques that you can...

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The First Industrial Revolution mechanized production. The Second used electricity to create mass production. The Third, known as the Digital Revolution, developed computers and information technology to automate production. The Fourth Revolution builds on the Third, but differentiates itself by the speed of technological breakthroughs and the impacts of new systems. As we find ourselves amidst the fourth industrial revolution, the world of work changes entirely. The ‘future of work’, generally regarded theoretically, is becoming today’s...

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Collaboration has always been the backbone of workplace performance. One of the biggest factors influencing a business’s success is the ability for its employees to perform as a team, by working together, sharing their ideas and skills to achieve a common goal.  The optimal functioning of teams will allow businesses to achieve more in less time, simultaneously boosting engagement. The arrival of a new generation to the workforce, the continuous digital changes and technological advances...

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Traditionally-speaking, the total or partial outsourcing of recruitment processes has served as a way of reducing the costs of acquiring talent or covering a specific need at a given time. But little by little, RPO (Recruitment Process Outsourcing) has become a way of adding value to recruitment processes by improving their efficiency and effectiveness. Much of this added value is due to the introduction of technology into RPO projects. From Talent Analytics to machine learning,...