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Dec. 18, 2013 -- Bersin by Deloitte, a leading research and advisory firm
empowering Human Resource (HR) organizations to drive bottom-line impact, today
announced that it predicts organizations will be challenged to attract, retain
and develop people in 2014 as they strive to keep pace with a global economic
recovery. These challenges will drive a need to reinvent and refocus on talent
acquisition, continuously develop deeper skills, build a work environment that
fosters passion and engagement, push for integrated and simplified technologies
and analytics, and redesign and reskill the HR function.
Deloitte delivers its insights in 2014 Predictions: Building a Strong TalentPipeline for The Global Economic Recovery. Available both to Bersin WhatWorks®
members and on a complimentary basis to non-members, this new report provides
an annual review of the key business, training and talent management trends for
HR and business leaders to consider in strategic planning and budgeting for the
“We see a renewed
emphasis on growth in 2014 and that means organizations must focus on sourcing,
recruiting, competing for talent, building leadership and re-engaging the
workforce we have,” said Josh Bersin, principal, Bersin by Deloitte, Deloitte
Consulting LLP. “While unemployment is still high, as the economy picks up and
skilled workers see new opportunities, people will start changing jobs.”
To address these
talent challenges, organizations need to think of all of the elements of talent
management as one integrated “system” – each working together but fitting into
a total employee environment.
source, manage and develop people this year, they must act boldly, throw away
old practices and build a compelling, passion-filled work environment,” Bersin
said. “Many of the traditional HR
practices -- performance appraisal, for example -- have to be re-engineered to
attract and keep great people. Plus this
year HR must learn how to become data-driven.”
includes 10 predictions that highlight many of the big changes taking place in
the global economy and the workplace and how they will result in needed
modifications to a wide variety of HR programs, including talent acquisition,
performance management, leadership and learning. The report also predicts
changes in approaches to analytics and HR technologies.
To download a
complimentary copy of the report, go to 2014 Predictions: Building a StrongTalent Pipeline for The Global Economic Recovery.
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1 Derived from
information in the Talent Acquisition Factbook 2011: Benchmarks and Trends of
Spending, Staffing and Key Talent Metrics/Bersin by Deloitte, Karen O’Leonard,
2 2014 Human
Capital Trends research coming Q2 2014
Talent Analytics: Building a World-Class Measurement and Analytics
Function/Bersin by Deloitte, Josh Bersin, Karen O’Leonard, Wendy Wang-Audia,