The Times Special Report: Talent Management 2020 Report

Identifying Talent for an Uncertain Future

In a fast-changing talent world, how can organisations build a workforce of the future when they can’t yet see the skills required? Flexibility and agility are crucial.


The digital skills gap could cause the UK to miss out on as much as £141.5bn in GDP growth up to 2028.


“To build a workforce for the future, HR and recruitment departments need to understand which employees are able to learn and adapt to change.”


Talent assessment is central to identifying future-proof talent. Yet, only 11% of companies assess for digital competencies.

 

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