Today, there is no industry across the financial services sector that does not perceive finding the right people resources as a top priority. For many who are forward-thinking, the acute challenges today foreshadow even a greater challenge that lies ahead. From banks to asset managers, insurers and specialty service providers, organisations are grappling with how to position themselves to be ready to meet the needs for specialist talent, address future labour shortages, reign in rising workforce costs, and increase the productivity of employees. The stakes are high because the lack of talent and critical skills can lead to added costs, decreased productivity, and lost revenue.
Business leaders across the industry are striving to enable an agile business built for growth and change, while the very ground they are standing on continues to shift due to digitalisation, changing consumer needs, new challengers and evolving regulatory requirements. They must attract, retain, and envelop a new, multifaceted workforce and move their organisations to become more skills-centric. Business leaders are looking for better data to make more informed decisions, plan more accurately and build a more engaged workforce.
Most organisations cite people as their most valuable asset – the driving force behind innovation, growth, and delivering on strategic business objectives. So, what should they do to build their organisation’s workforce of the future?
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