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The Great Resignation is spawning a talent war. Who will win it?


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SOURCE: http://www.aljazeera.com/economy/2022/1/10/the-great-resignation-is-spawning-a-talent-war-who-will-win-it
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A new report argues that firms must change how they view workers to compete in the war for talent.The coronavirus pandemic has caused the biggest worker reshuffle in modern history and in the process radically shifted the balance of power from capital to labour, a new report argues.The Bain/Dynata survey titled The Working Future: More Human, Not Less looked at 20,000 workers in 10 countries — the United States, Germany, France, Italy, Japan, China, India, Brazil, Indonesia, and Nigeria — representing around 65 percent of global gross domestic product (GDP).The survey, which looked at the shift in work between February 2020 and February 2021, stresses that the previously held relationship between workers and companies was forged in a world quite different from the one we live in today.“A year of in-depth research has helped us define the broader implications of the future of work and the steps firms need to take now to get ahead in the shifting war for talent,” the report concludes.Workers in the US have grown increasingly confident about their job prospects.

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