Organisations and leaders need to seize the moment rather than bounce back to how things were. Damien Sheehan, Country Head Australia, IWG, talks about the different facets of what it means to return to the workplace and the future of workplaces, in an interaction with us.
Look beyond the typical industry talent pools; train and develop talent across business functions; set up young talent for success, to gain their trust and loyalty. Trent Jones, Human Resources Lead in the APAC region for ABB Electrification, shares some strategies that work in a highly competitive landscape.
Cotton Australia has launched a new online service platform named, Cotton Jobs Australia enabling employers to post jobs that require urgent fulfilment in cotton farms and hire seasonal workers. This has been regarded by Cotton Australia as a symbol of its efforts to solve the labour shortage crisis in the cotton industry.
As the talent crisis intensifies globally, the concerns over building the skills for tomorrow grows. “However, that is just one arm of the scenario. In order to go and win that work, there needs to be a larger, more holistic approach to recruitment and human resources that really takes a look across the entire lifecycle,” said Jeff Blake, Country Manager, Satellite Office
Organisations must leverage capabilities and resources through partnerships & collaborations to win the war for talent: EY’s Samir Bedi
Companies must go beyond their own efforts to buy or build capabilities. They will need to intentionally consider how to best tap on existing ecosystems to leverage capabilities and resources through partnerships and collaborations, says Samir Bedi, EY Asean Workforce Advisory Leader.
Great Resignation is a movement that will continue for long into a new era of work, in which talent leads: Nell Derick Debevoise
Leaders should integrate an approach of purposeful leadership throughout talent strategies, beginning with recruiting —to win the war for talent, says Nell Derick Debevoise, speaker, author, and entrepreneur, and Founder and CEO - Inspiring Capital.
We should train managers across levels in how to manage more diverse teams and ways of working, to maintain connections and to demonstrate empathy, as well as fairness in how people are treated, says Peter Cheese, Chief Executive of CIPD.