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China leading AI industry globally while shortage in cross-sector talents for AI + healthcare 12 Aug 2021
Neurodiverse employees benefit an organisation, yet a large percentage remain unemployed. But by understanding and accommodating the needs of neurodiverse talent, employers can foster a more diverse, inclusive and successful business. That’s according to recruiting experts Hays, who says employable neurodiverse adults, such as those with autism, Asperger’s syndrome, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and dyslexia, are being left out of the workforce in swathes.
Despite job market uncertainty due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Hays, a global leader in specialist recruitment, reported that China is more likely to recover quickly when compared to other countries and regions still suffering from the pandemic’s impact. According to their previous report, “The Inside Story of Technology in China”, the job market in the technology sector is likely to experience a considerable rebound as the COVID-19 pandemic ends.
COVID-19 hit Generation Z’s entry to the world of work hard, damaging not only their career prospects but the sustainability of the future talent pipeline. Fortunately, employers who are returning to growth are uniquely positioned to help the COVID-era cohort of university and school graduates start over. That’s according to recruiting experts Hays, who note that while the effects of the pandemic are still being felt, one legacy will be the unprecedented experience of today’s young people who looked for, or started, their first professional role during this period.
BY SETTING SUSTAINABILITY GOALS BUSINESSES ARE BETTER POSITIONED TO ATTRACT AND RETAIN KEY TALENT 17 May 2021
CAREER PROGRESSION, L&D AND BONUS STRUCTURES WILL BE KEY TO TALENT ATTRACTION IN A YEAR OF PREDICTED GROWTH 12 Apr 2021
With the world changing so dramatically over the last year and the uncertainty surrounding 2021, China’s employees and candidates alike should be looking to improve their skill levels to reflect ‘new normal’ working operations. There is also a steadily growing importance attached to work-life balance, meaning that companies are altering working practices in order to attract and retain employees with a more modern outlook.