Randstad India’s `Talent Trends Report HR Game Changers’ offers an overview of the top 15 workplace trends that will shape talent management in 2015 and beyond.The inaugural issue the report is based on the feedback and outlook of
The shifting workplace:
70% of HR leaders opined that managing a multi-generational workforce is one of the biggest challenges they face; 54% of HR leaders in India think that more women in leadership will be a criti cal success factor for organisations; 47% of HR leaders mentioned that they factor in independent contractors as part of their talent acquisition strategy; 78% of HR leaders think organisations will need to create greater flexible working options to attract the increasingly mobile workforce.
The new war for talent:
76% of HR leaders in India feel the `war for talent’ is getting fiercer than ever and the term still accurately reflects today’s business and talent environment; 61% of HR leaders feel that a strong employer brand and reputation of an organisation is the most critical factor to be successful in attracting top talent.
Roadmap to HR transformation:
69% of organisations in India are more focused on employer branding than they were five years ago; Only 2% of HR leaders in India undertake their workforce planning 2-5 years in advance; 61% of HR leaders mentioned that they use talent and workforce analytics as part of their talent strategy and workforce planning process.
The evolution of new talent solutions:
43% of HR leaders believe that talent scarcity will increase the need to completely outsource talent sourcing; 64% of talent leaders are looking at more advice, research and information around HR transformation.
Source: The Times Of India