At a time when it seems the power of talent has shifted from the organization to the employee, Deloitte's latest insights examine the talent paradox from a variety of perspectives.
The economic turbulence of the past few years has created a global talent paradox: amid stubbornly high unemployment and continuing layoffs, some employers still face challenges filling open roles. In addition, the changing employee profile – from the global, generational, and skills perspectives – requires employers to change how they attract, compensate, develop, and retain employees.
Contact us and explore these Deloitte resources to learn more about talent trends and gain practical recommendations to help companies learn from the past, address immediate needs, and prepare for talent of the future.
Talent 2020: Surveying the talent paradox from the employee perspective
|The talent paradox: Critical skills, recession, and the illusion of plenitude
Interested in the employers' perspective? While there is a surplus of job seekers, some companies are facing shortages in critical areas where they most need to attract and keep highly skilled talent.
|India talent survey report 2012
Gain perspectives on young talent in India.
|Talent Edge New Zealand 2012
A paradox of scarcity amidst plenty.
|Building the Lucky Country: Where is your next worker?
The first report in Deloitte Australia's Building the Lucky Country series addresses the positive actions business and government can take to maintain momentum in the face of a looming national skills shortage.
|The Future of Manufacturing: Opportunities to drive economic growth
A report by the World Economic Forum in collaboration with Deloitte Touch Tohmatsu Limited estimates that 10 million manufacturing jobs worldwide cannot currently be filled due to a growing skills gap.
|Where did our employees go? Examining the rise in voluntary turnover during economic recoveries
Learn the nine mistakes made by organizations during layoffs that decrease job satisfaction and increase turnover intentions of downsizing survivors.
|Leap ahead: Human Capital Trends 2012
Converging market trends are driving HR organizations to make significant leaps in capabilities and performance. Read the eight critical trends that will require decisive action.