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Deloitte's longitudinal survey series
Talent 2020 is Deloitte’s global survey series conducted to explore talent strategies and unfolding trends that are expected to influence the next decade and beyond. The series features results from large businesses worldwide in the Americas, Asia Pacific, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa across all industries.
The economic turbulence of the past few years has created a talent paradox: amidst stubbornly high unemployment, employers still face challenges filling technical and skilled jobs. The latest report in Deloitte's longitudinal survey series sheds light on employee perspective.
Talent Edge 2020: Redrafting talent strategies for the uneven recovery
This January 2012 edition of Deloitte’s Talent 2020 survey series identifies important trends driving corporate talent strategies and how companies are responding to shifting economic realities. The report builds from the findings of two earlier studies: the first from a December 2010 report on executive attitudes and the second from an April 2011 report on global employee attitudes and talent concerns.
The second report in Deloitte’s Talent 2020 survey series features results from a March 2011 survey of more than 350 employees at large companies worldwide. The report examines employee attitudes to provide insights and reveals several important trends Deloitte believes will shape the talent market in the coming decade.
The inaugural edition of the Talent 2020 survey series conducted by Deloitte with Forbes Insights explores changing talent priorities and strategies of global and large national companies. This first survey report in the post-recession longitudinal survey series is based on the results from an October 2010 survey that polled 334 senior business leaders and human resource executives.
The Talent 2020 series follows the Managing talent in a turbulent economy longitudinal survey series, which took the pulse of business and talent leaders in the marketplace as organizations navigated through shifting economic conditions in 2009 and 2010.