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Hays Journal Issue 20
Diversifying diversity, securing talent, how can business hold on to an agile mindset after the pandemic — these are just a few of the topics covered in Issue 20 of our Hays Journal, our award-winning publication featuring expert insights from McAfee, Rathborn Brothers and the World Economic Forum.
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Hays Journal is our publication providing global insight and news for HR, recruitment professionals and hiring managers on the ever-changing world of work.
A few of the articles from Issue 20:
This article explores how organisations can ensure that the innovative mindset they gained by necessity during the Covid-19 pandemic becomes a permanent part of their culture.
- While an organisational culture that promotes change and innovation can be necessary to survive economic challenges, it can also give businesses a competitive edge when things are more stable.
- An organisation’s ability to respond quickly and effectively will deliver real competitive advantage in a post Covid-19 world.
- Ultimately, one key way to nurture an innovative mindset is to ensure that if and when you reverse changes, this is not seen as a step back. Not every new idea will always be a success – give people the freedom to fail.
The Covid-era cohort of school and university leavers are facing unique career challenges. What role can employers play in helping the next generation take the first steps of their career journey?
- If organisations want to attract young talent, they need to better understand what the next generation is looking for in an employer.
- Young employees coming into an organisation want to feel that their personal career growth is supported and that they are provided with opportunities to learn new skills and gain experience.
- It’s crucial to build a strong employer brand. Next-generation candidates gravitate toward career opportunities that strike a strong work–life balance and offer a sense of purpose.
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