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The Future of Talent Acquisition with Royal Society of Arts

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The talent landscape is drastically changing causing us to rethink what the future workforce will look like in 5, 10 or 20 years. Factoring in technology, intergenerational nuances and the maturation of Generation Z can make for a highly dynamic and unpredictable hypothesis. Many factors must be considering when understanding how best to future-proof your […]

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The talent landscape is drastically changing causing us to rethink what the future workforce will look like in 5, 10 or 20 years. Factoring in technology, intergenerational nuances and the maturation of Generation Z can make for a highly dynamic and unpredictable hypothesis. Many factors must be considering when understanding how best to future-proof your business including; changing demographics; technological advancements; workforce motivations as well as the open talent economy.

This week’s podcast is Matthew Taylor, CEO at Royal Society of Arts who will discuss how HR leaders can navigate the talent landscape today to make better decisions about talent issues tomorrow!

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