Whilst it is Covid-19 which has transformed the way the world has lived, worked and played in 2020, the longer term impact on our lives is likely to be the commencement of the fourth industrial revolution.
In short, the Fourth Industrial Revolution describes the blurring of boundaries between the physical, digital, and biological worlds. This revolution is already having a profound effect on the way we work and in turn, how we resource our organisations in a time where skills will become outdated soon after they are learned, where colleagues will be a mix of human and robots and where the one guarantee is that the pace of change will be unprecedented.
In this e-guide we will explore the impact of the 4th industrial revolution on talent acquisition and how your organisation can future proof itself by hiring for potential rather than current skill set.
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