Quick Summary Attracting talent from different sectors can be a significant challenge. We look at how companies can attract and retain as they look to increase the depth of their tech talent, viewing tech as truly sector agnostic.7 min Read
Is Tech Talent Truly Sector Agnostic?
More and more we’re seeing businesses look towards the more “tech native” companies, as they speed up their own digital transformation. But how agnostic is tech talent and what are the challenges of attracting and retaining a completely new type of target candidate?
To find out more, download the Spring 2021 Armstrong Craven Review, where you can read this article alongside expert analysis of the state of the industry including:
- Diversity & Inclusion in the USA.
- The Importance of Succession Planning
- The Front Line: HR’s Role in the Recovery of the Workplace.
What’s included in the article?
In this article from the Spring 2021 Armstrong Craven Review, our experts take a look at how psychometrics have been supporting diversity in the talent acquisition process and how it can continue to benefit talent teams.
The article covers key issues such as:
- How technology companies attract and retain the best talent
- How many companies fall in attracting and retaining tech talent
- How to have a realistic strategy
It may seem obvious that as companies look to increase the depth of their tech talent, they need to look outside their direct industry.
The industrial, retail and banking sectors are increasingly taking a proactive approach to harness talent. Looking towards the more “tech native” companies, as they speed up their own digital transformation.
Join Ian Millard, Programme Manager at Armstrong Craven, as he looked at the challenges associated with attracting talent from different sectors, drawing on his own conversations and experiences to give a detailed and insightful view.
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