Recruiting Top Talent in a Recovering Economy: Key Points

Posted in : Hot topics in Employment and Technology Law with Matheson on 8 July 2014
Deirdre Crowley
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Employers in buoyant sectors are repeatedly citing a lack of key skills as the hottest issue on their agenda right now. With the gradual uplift in the economy, HR leaders are now challenged to mobilise key talent to help businesses grow. Employment, equality and industrial relations advice is experiencing a welcome shift in focus from the management of employees in a recession to the management of key talent in a more positive employment environment. With this shift comes a sharp focus on risk management in recruiting and retaining top talent. Our recent experience shows that employers are finding that the talent race has well and truly kicked off and competition to

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