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Can the public sector reach out to the new generation of agile, digital workers?
The much-discussed ‘war for talent’ is continuing to hit the headlines this year as organisations across the UK bear the brunt of industry-wide skills shortages threatening their productivity and growth.
98 percent of employers intend to maintain or increase their use of temps in the next quarter as overall demand for staff continues to rise, according to the latest JobsOutlook survey
The government’s productivity plan is flawed unless the increasing skills shortages businesses are struggling to fill are tackled, warns CIPD.
Skills shortages could hinder growth in the UK, CBI warns. The government announcement of apprenticeship levys, would encourage more businesses into apprenticeship programmes but greater reforms are needed.
Increasing skills shortages are causing more employers to struggling to fill key roles. Competing for and retaining talent is also a struggle for employers.
Talent and skills shortages are leaving CEOs concerned about the impact this is having on the growth of their organisation. This is creating a shift in the way CEOs are hiring their staff.
digital skills among employees are a necessity for the future success of a business. Investing in employee’s digital skills is an asset for all companies and should be a main focus looking ahead.
Drivers are crucial to Christmas for most businesses but finding enough with the right qualifications is becoming a huge recruitment headache for employers, according to the latest JobsOutlook survey by the Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC). And this is part of more widespread skill and talent shortages reported by employers. The REC’s research, published today…
The UK economy is facing an emerging skills shortage, which threatens to derail recovery and undermine the country’s growth prospects UK immigration reform critical to attracting more skilled overseas workers to meet current requirements Only Spain, Portugal and Ireland in Europe suffer a greater talent mismatch than the UK Talent mismatch problems have been exacerbated…
Britain is creating a permanent underclass excluded from the prospect of employment, warns Adecco Group in research released today. Almost three quarters of UK employers believe there is a permanent underclass emerging, whose education and background leaves them largely unemployable. According to research released today as part of the Adecco Group’s ‘Unlocking Britain’s Potential’ initiative,…