50% of companies say they did not hit their hiring goals and 60% say it is taking longer to hire, reveals The Hiring Insights Report by GoodTime, which goes on to show what it is important to move ahead in this key aspect in the era of the 'Great Resignation', the 'Distance Economy', and the 'War for Talent'.
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Independent research by Amazon Australia found that 23% of Australians welcomed a dog into their family during the pandemic. In contrast, seven out of 10 dog owners want to take their pets to work.
As employee expectations change, talent priorities must be incorporated into the business strategy so as to better attract and retain talent. Maria Zhang, Senior Director of Human Resources for Juniper Networks in the APAC region, tells us about what's changing and what companies can do to adapt.
With the right kind of EVPs, employers can standout in the marketplace to attract the best talent.
Organisations where leadership is not ‘noun’ but ‘verb’ will be most sought after by talent: Volvo Group India CHRO Amit Sharma
In the current talent scenario, the three top factors that a company needs in its employer brand include leaving society in better shape for the next generation, that employees be cared for and listened to, and the ability to design one’s own career, says Amit Sharma, chief human resources officer, Volvo Group India.
The key to ensuring a healthy work environment is the motivation and guidance offered by leadership and management at corporations. It is important that superiors share the organisations EVP values and practice them in actuality.
The pandemic heralded radical shifts in the way we work and live. Numerous innovations and disruptions were triggered by the Covid-19 pandemic in the past two years.