The last three years have seen a strong evolution in the competencies of the HR functions, including the integration of profiles from marketing, project management and data analysis.
Filling vacancies is becoming increasingly time-consuming and resource-intensive due to the lack of specialists and managers.
One problem associated with the increasing shortage of skilled workers is the resulting slowdown in the progress of digitization.
The shortage of skilled workers has worsened and salaries in IT and engineering have risen sharply.
In the course of digital transformation, tasks become more complex, change management is on the agenda and the pressure to innovate increases.
Managers and personnel specialists must constantly question whether their company is still in the best possible position with the status quo or whether it is necessary to introduce changes.
Nowadays nobody denies that the shortage of skilled workers is a reality in almost every company.
Six letters make the difference when you lay the foundation for your HR strategy. The recipe is called PESTEL.
Today I would like to touch on three important points in executive recruitment that I discuss time and again with clients:
Digitization holds great potential for companies because it accelerates processes and makes them more efficient.