76% of HR fear talent deficit threatens future of their business

76% of HR fear talent deficit threatens future of their business

Over a half of HR leaders believe that there is a shortage of talent quality, with 84% admitting that it is harder than ever before to attract and retain high achieving employees, according to a new report.

The research, conducted by Lumesse, a talent and recruitment specialist, surveyed over 840 HR specialists from across the globe, with a staggering 76% of respondents citing a shortage of talent as the biggest threat to the future of their company.

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Comments (1)

  • Kyle Lyles
    Kyle Lyles
    Tue, 21 Jul 2015 7:47pm BST
    This is yet another sign of the disposable employee, and now HR people are supporting it.

    There is no skills shortage! There is a shortage of management who invest in their employees and provide the necessary support should company requirements change.

    The laser pinpointing of skills in recruiting is indicative of very weak management and a weaker HR group not willing to highlight the damage that it causes.

    All of this is great for me as I have been hiring excellent people who cannot get the time of day from HR recruiters, yet are premier employees.

    When the last HR employee is offshored, please turn off the lights back in the USA.

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