Five talent factors HR leaders should consider in 2022

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With the Great Resignation, talent shortages in key areas and low advertising response rates, HR leaders and recruiters have come into 2022 facing major challenges when it comes to talent. Armstrong Craven's Martin Retschko, country leader for Australia & NZ, says recruiters need to take a more active approach and offers five factors they should consider to improve talent attraction and retention
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The shape of organisations has changed dramatically in many industries since the COVID-19 pandemic began two years ago. And this raises the question as to whether you, as a business, have the right leaders in place for this new context. Meanwhile candidates expect a different work experience now. As Martin Retschko, country leader for Australia and New Zealand at talent mapping and executive search firm Armstrong Craven says: “There’s been a period where talent has really reassessed where they want to work, why they want to work, how they want to work and preferences and behaviours have changed.”

So are you as an HR leader or recruiter ready for the talent challenges of 2022 and beyond?  In this 8-minute video Retschko identifies five key considerations HR leaders need to be aware of if they are to up their talent game. And for more information on the current state of the Australian market check out this video.

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Published 9 February 2022
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