Talent Insights: September 2017

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JM Olejarz with the Harvard Business Review covers how liberal arts majors are the future of the tech industry in Liberal Arts in the Data Age.

Mercer breaks down workforce engagement as a competitive differentiator as organizations vie for top talent and seek to motivate and retain their current employees in Discovering What Drives Female Engagement in the US Workplace.

Dr. John Sullivan surfaces competencies every talent acquisition professional should look for in candidates with Kick-Start Your Firm’s Growth By Hiring Candidates With Game-changer Competencies.

Amy Edmondson and Bror Saxberg with McKinsey & Company comment on the critical skills talent need now and in the future in Putting Lifelong Learning on the CEO Agenda.

Josh Bersin with Deloitte suggests the evolving career trajectory modern employees with have in Catch The Wave: The 21st-Century Career.

Talent Tech Labs provides data on current trends in talent acquisition technology and HRTech with their 2017 State of Talent Acquisition Technology.


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