target audience: TECH SUPPLIER  Publication date: Jun 2023 - Document type: Market Forecast - Doc  Document number: # US50803623

Worldwide Talent Acquisition Technologies and Services Forecast, 2023-2027


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“Seismic shifts in talent availability are changing how organizations source and hire talent to fill strategic skills gaps,” said Alicia Mokwa, research director, Talent Acquisition and Strategy, IDC. “Early movers in TA transformation are embracing agile skills ontologies that more strategically source talent to emerging and evolving skills gaps. The change to dynamic skills frameworks backed by AI and machine learning is enabling more strategic matches between candidates and employers while enabling TA teams to focus on more holistic aspects of candidacy and the candidate life cycle, improving the quality of attraction and retention through to hire.”

“Dynamic skills framework automation is impacting how organizations approach talent connection and enablement,” said Zachary Chertok, research manager, Employee Experience, IDC. “Automating skills frameworks and assessments is improving the talent organization’s ability to engage in strategic workforce planning while accounting for more holistic factors in diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB), team dynamics, engagement, sentiment, and values alignment across divisional assignments. Digital enablement is giving TA and performance teams the chance to embrace a singular flow of talent engagement and connection that integrates external talent considerations with internal mobility at a personal level, from candidate to candidate.”


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