Talent Supply Chain: Optimize your Strategy for an Increasingly Unpredictable World

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As major disruptions continue on a global scale, the future of work is uncertain, and unprecedented talent and skills shortages are threatening business performance. In fact, a recent Eightfold AI Talent Survey shows that finding talent and building diverse teams are two of the top three challenges for HR Leaders.

Amid this uncertainty, two things are becoming abundantly clear: Things are moving faster than ever before, and technology is going to help lead the way through. Thus, organizations must reassess HR processes and adopt new technologies if they want a strong and resilient workforce driving business growth.

In this webinar, we discuss:

  • How a well-functioning Talent Supply Chain can help organizations create an agile and resilient workforce through addressing their talent and skills needs.
  • Leading issues affecting organizations and HR leaders in the talent supply chain—and how to overcome them.
  • Why a skills-focused approach—especially upskilling and reskilling—is the best way to strengthen and engage your workforce.
  • Why HR strategies need to include technology powered by AI to ensure access to the most inclusive talent pool possible, guided by real-time intelligence and emerging skills.


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