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MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA, March 17, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Felix Young reports findings of a ground-breaking study into Business and HR. Deloitte's 2017 Global Human Capital Trends survey found that 88% of 10,447 business and HR leaders are confident that business success will be linked to the ability to build an organisation of the future. Business leaders need to consider how their future workforces will find motivation and develop systems and structures dependent on these trends. With 83% of survey respondents ranking 'careers and learning' as a high priority when sourcing working opportunities, it's time for businesses to act, states Felix Young.
All companies need to focus on development, to evolve and advance. A concerning statistic from the study found that "as capabilities fall behind, companies' ability to keep up with employees' demands for learning and career growth has dropped by 5%." With careers now spanning up to 70 years on average, it is critical that businesses find solutions and consider corporate learning options as part of their business models, to ensure they can attract and maintain a stable workforce. Deloitte reports that 56% of companies are reforming their HR programmes to incorporate digital and mobile tools, and 33% have included an element of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in their HR solutions. Felix Young is concerned any businesses not taking immediate action are at risk of falling behind future advancements and will lose their top talent to more forward-thinking firms.
Felix Young have adapted their business model to offer continuous learning opportunities throughout their contractors' careers with the firm by providing free daily workshops centred on relevant topics for an up and coming entrepreneur. The sales and marketing specialists understand that by offering up and coming business leaders additional resources to accelerate their careers, this develops a strong bond between the firm and the individual and this will alleviate any staff turnover issues. With the skillset of their contractors advancing each day, Felix Young is adding value throughout their organisation.
Felix Young has just opened their new flagship location in the heart of Melbourne, one of Australia's most vibrant and forward-thinking cities. The plan for the next 12 months is to extend their event marketing services across the country - opening new markets to clients' brands and sharing the benefits of engaging, in-person marketing.
The firm is pleased they can offer their customers premier representation for their brands and is confident that they can maintain a consistent service through their contractor selection process. By only considering individuals who demonstrate a drive for personal development, self-learning and professional education Felix Young are confident they can maintain and promote a strong corporate culture throughout the company.
Source: http://www.humanresourcesonline.net/83-hr-business-leaders-found-care ... important/
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