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As Talent Acquisition leaders tackle increased volatility in hiring demand; ongoing skills shortages; and a fast-changing competitive landscape, they need external talent intelligence more than ever to set them and their teams up for success.
Executives and organizations increasingly understand the need for expert, validated, external labor market data to stay ahead of the curve in enterprise strategy planning. The war for talent is the differentiating factor for businesses today, talent analytics is a key element to winning.
Location flexibility has become a foundational EVP offering.
More than two-thirds of job candidates who currently work onsite would prefer to work in a hybrid or remote model, while 97% of hybrid or remote workers prefer working in hybrid or remote models. To remain competitive, HR leaders must ensure that their talent acquisition strategy evolves with candidate preferences.
The shift to remote work post-COVID has given HR leaders the opportunity to seek alternative locations that are typically not on their radar for sourcing diverse talent. To effectively target the right hubs, HR should leverage labor market analytics to guide decisions.
However, workforce planning is one of the least mature HR activities. In this white paper, we explore the top challenges HR leaders face in workforce planning at their organizations, the implications of those challenges and how insight into the external talent market allows organizations to begin to address them.