Prediction: Organizations will use virtual work and workforce development to improve the performance and productivity of people and teams

Posted by Chris Havrilla and Matthew Shannon on December 12, 2019.

The realities of tomorrow’s workforce will require organizations to be more flexible in enabling the execution of work—wherever it needs to happen. Organizations are already working on their ability to build a distributed workforce, whether to tap into talent pools that live far from existing operations or to entice a population of nomadic workers who prefer to work with more flexibility. This need will intensify in 2020 in response to reduced budgets and geopolitical uncertainties that make it harder to move talent around the globe.
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Prediction: Organizations will use internal talent marketplaces to unleash talent mobility

Posted by Kathi Enderes, Erin Spencer, and Charu Ratnu on December 10, 2019.

Talent mobility is a priority for most organizations—76 percent of companies that participated in the 2019 Deloitte Human Capital Trends survey described the issue as important or very important.1 That’s no surprise: unemployment in the United States is currently at record lows, and the number of open positions exceeds the number of unemployed workers.2 As a result, many organizations are looking for new ways to meet their talent needs. Moving forward, we predict that internal mobility will take on greater prominence for companies, leapfrogging the recruitment of external candidates as a talent source. Internal talent marketplaces will play a key role in enabling that mobility by helping people find opportunities within their organizations more easily and fostering more agile skill development and team-building.
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