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We are seeing a huge gap between the unemployed and the unfilled vacancies globally. In the U.S. only, 8 million Americans are unemployed and actively searching for employment, but an estimated 6 million U.S. jobs remain unfulfilled. In Germany, last year there was an average of 2,5 million Germans unemployed and about 650,000 unfilled vacancies.  This trend accentuated during COVID and will continue to grow since companies can’t fill those positions because the conventional recruitment...

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How good are you at leading a remote team? That’s a dilemma countless managers are facing these days –maybe knowing this will become a permanent practice. Managing employees remotely is much harder than handling people who come to the office daily. Therefore resulting in failed work-from-home experiments, leading to believe this isn’t a good working scenario. Nowadays leaders are facing many challenges and going through major transformations to succeed in a new digital economy. These are...

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  “Hire the brightest” “Recruit the most qualified when recruiting new employees” “Build a team with the most competent members” These are all phrases and wisdom which are well-known to managers. These ideas are so recognized and adapted, that they hardly deserve a second-thought, right? WRONG. Nowadays, they appear to be incorrect. In today’s business environment, which is highly competitive, fast-changing, and globally connected, a truly successful team should consider different elements. According to a...

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Deloitte mentioned the concept of “superjobs” in its “2019 Global Human Capital Trends” report, as an evolution of traditional jobs brought about by the growing adoption of technology at work and in organizations. A new category of “superjobs” that have changed the map of the future of work completely. As technology, artificial intelligence, machines and robots have taken over routine and repetitive tasks leaving humans with the more analytical and creative missions, jobs have evolved...

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Tech talent is highly scarce, but today much more than ever. Even before the reality of COVID-19 reached everyone, companies were forced to create formal training and skilling programmes for workers in response to the lack of talent. According to Bersin, a Human Resources expert, in many cases, it can be six times less expensive to carry a process of “upskill” on teams than to outsource. It is clear that the coronavirus exploded digital transformation on...

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Recent discussions on the future of jobs have focused mainly on whether or not they are at risk of being automated. But we believe the issue goes further, many jobs will still be needed for our day-to-day, However, we are confident that they will change and that this will lead to both the creation and the need for new skills and knowledge needed to carry out tomorrow’s functions. This presentation is based on the findings of...

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Entire populations around the world are stuck inside, with extra time at home they don’t know what to do with. It is easy to get lost in the void social media or stressful news. Instead of that, why not turn your attention to prepare to return to the office as a better worker? Countless resources are available for free to expand your knowledge and develop new skills. Not only could those resources bring you useful...

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Due to the technological and digital acceleration that we are experiencing because of the COVID-19, many strategies are being reconsidered. The priorities have changed. However, technology and innovation are a relevant factor in the search for the best talent again, regardless of the sector.  They look for profiles capable of facing the great challenges that digitization brings. And with it, new leaders, able to adapt to this VUCA environment (Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity, Ambiguity) and lead their teams to success....

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The COVID-19 pandemic has slowed the demand for short-term talent in various sectors, such as the ones of construction, petrochemical, tourism or export. The freezing of their activity has caused it to fall, and yet, according to reports, global talent demand has grown by 7% in Asian countries, which have been fighting the crisis since December 2019. This crisis is not affecting everyone equally. While some companies are sending their employees to work at home, others...

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The study carried out by the consulting firm WeEQUAL for Alimarket failed to show diversity in management profiles for the consumer and retail sector in Spain. According to them, “the majority of profiles remain those of Spanish men between 50 and 59 with an academic background in social sciences, mostly economics, educated in public universities and having completed postgraduate studies or a master’s degree at a Spanish university”. In terms of gender diversity, when compared...