How employers are adapting to the 'new normal' of talent recruitment
Employers are having the hardest time finding skilled trade workers, sales representatives and drivers.
Among respondent companies, more than half indicate that they’re investing in learning platforms and development tools to build their talent pipeline. (Photo: Shutterstock)
It’s not just employees who are navigating a changed
employment market. Employers are too, with three different challenges demanding their attention: high shortages in talent, low unemployment and a rising demand for hard and soft skills.
That’s according to the
ManpowerGroup 2018 Talent Shortage Survey, which finds that 46 percent of U.S. employers say they’re having a tough time filling vacancies. They have the hardest time finding skilled trade workers, sales representatives and drivers.
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