HR Survey Reveals Focus on Talent Mobility, New Technologies, and Overcoming Training Fatigue and Retention Challenges

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Human Resource (HR) professionals navigating economic uncertainty and an ever-shifting work environment will pursue new approaches and new technologies to better develop and retain talent, according to the latest research from CompTIA, the nonprofit association for the information technology (IT) industry and workforce.

CompTIA’s annual “Workforce and Learning Trends” report finds a majority of HR professionals expect their organizations to maintain their current pace of hiring with 71% planning to hire to support growth initiatives during the first half of the year. Layoffs will continue to be a reality with 23% expecting skills gaps to play a factor in layoff decisions.

CompTIA identifies five key trends shaping today’s efforts by organizations to hire new talent and to reimagine how to deploy existing staff.

Talent mobility approaches grow in scope and importanceT-shaped skills models remain integral for future-proofing careersAlgorithms and platforms exert greater influence over talent developmentOrganizations strive to maintain Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging (DEIB) and Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) momentumTalent marketplaces add new dimension to workforce flexibility

Three-quarters of the respondents to the CompTIA survey report the existence of either a formal or informal talent mobility program within their

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