Let’s talk talent
10th January 2023
It’s never been easy to find the right talent, but many information teams are currently reporting significant challenges in attracting qualified candidates for jobs at all levels.
What’s more, the situation is likely to get worse before it gets better, due to:
- Mismatched expectations
- New and emerging skills
- Dynamic and rapidly changing operating environment
- Availability, especially at mid career and senior levels, and the limited pipeline of new talent entering the industry.
In this Community session, information managers shared stories from the field who have recently hired, are trying to hire, or anticipate hiring in the coming months.
Simon Burton from CB Resourcing joined us to inform the conversation. Over the course of his career, he has experienced all the upticks and downturns, and provided insight on what to expect of the talent marketplace over the next few months.
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