The Human Age Edition 13: The Great Realisation

2022 has the potential to be one of the most transformative years in recent history. As we enter the post-pandemic reality, companies are realising they need to do more to attract and retain skilled, diverse workers, and people in turn are looking for more from their employers to thrive at work.

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The Human Age Edition 12: The Great Jobs Reset

Despite the impact of the pandemic on unemployment, the labour market has roared back to life, and there are already signs of the sector tightening as in the start of 2020. Organisations have increasingly specific skills’ needs as transformation accelerates, and challenges that existed pre-2020 still remain as competition returns and demand for workers outstrips supply.

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The Human Age – Eleventh Edition

The impact of COVID-19 on the world of work is unavoidable, be that the switch to remote working or the sudden pressure put on key workers. The global economy has been shocked by the pandemic, and employment will be one of the building blocks to recovery. The health crisis has also presented opportunities to re-evaluate and challenge the status quo within organisations.

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Insights: The Human Age Newspaper – Ninth Edition

As we embrace new technologies and ways of working, the value of human capital is at a premium. Access to skilled talent is becoming an even more significant predictor of business success. Yet, in a world of accelerated disruption and shifting skills needs, employers are struggling to find the talent they need.

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The Human Age Newspaper – Eighth Edition

Technology is transforming the way we live, work and lead – calling for new thinking and new ways of doing things. Wherever companies are on their digital journey, they need to be more agile than ever before, in order to unleash human potential, develop skilled talent and pair it with the best technology.

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The Human Age Newspaper – Seventh Edition

Navigating the changing dynamics of today’s workforce can be unpredictable. Faced with growing economic and environmental uncertainty, companies need to keep the business running smoothly with one hand, while preparing for a different and unclear future with the other.

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The Human Age Newspaper – Sixth Edition

Technology’s impact on the world of work is just getting started. At such a pivotal time in history, the role of humans has never been more important. Fully harnessing the possibilities of technology requires individuals who can augment and align it to business needs. As a result, talent continues to be a critical competitive differentiator for organisations.

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The Human Age Newspaper – Fifth Edition

The world of work is evolving far more, and far quicker, than ever before. To remain competitive and build for the future, employers need to remain agile and continuously adapt to change. As a result, empowering and engaging a sustainable workforce has never been more important.

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The Human Age Newspaper – Fourth Edition

Organisations must navigate new directions in today’s world of work. Demographic, technological, and economic shifts have transformed the employment landscape – and the rules of the work have been rewritten. Skilled talent are rejecting traditional corporate pathways in favour of managing their own careers, on their own terms. It’s a new reality, where in-demand talent is firmly in the driving seat.

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