The role of women in the workplace has come a long way in just a few decades. Closing the pay gap and being considered for opportunities to move up the same as men have increased positively across the world. We are seeing a greater number of women-owned businesses flourish and large corporate giants governed by female CEOs.
No longer are we in the digital age - we’ve entered the post digital age where technology is truly a part of our everyday life.
Voice activated personal assistants, fingerprint secured payment options, fridges that order your groceries for you, talking watches, hundreds of thousands of hours of TV shows and movies streamable right from your phone.
Effective talent strategies for recruitment and engagement has never been harder to achieve.
A recent survey, for example, showed that a staggering 68% of HR professionals are having difficulty filling positions from their current talent market. What’s more, 84% report that applicants simply don’t have the skills they’re looking for.