Talent management in the EU

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Talent management in the EU

Addressing European Human Capital challenges

Executive Summary

Austerity measures implemented by many European governments in the wake of the global financial crisis have led to substantial staff reductions across all areas of the Directorates General. A zero growth policy has contributed to an expected reduction of five percent by 2018, and requires the remaining staff to do more with less. Despite these pressures, the challenges being faced by the EU are growing, with 2016 having been a particularly difficult year in light of the Brexit vote and the ongoing refugee crisis. These challenges require cohesive, EU-wide responses, and streamlined, efficient institutions; it is clear therefore that a “business-as-usual” approach is no longer an option for the European Commission.

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