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    HAYS JOURNAL ISSUE 10
    BUSINESS AND POLITICS: MANAGING A VITAL RELATIONSHIP
    TRAINING AT THE TOP: CAN HR PLAY A ROLE IN UPSKILLING DIRECTORS?
    CURATING KNOWLEDGE: STRATEGIES FOR STORING AND SHARING INFORMATION
    BRIDGING THE SKILLS GAP: DO APPRENTICESHIPS HOLD THE ANSWER?
    AIMING HIGH IN DUBAI
    A NEW INTERNSHIP TARGETS CHINA’S TOP GRADUATES
    ISSUE 10 2015
    GLOBAL INSIGHT FOR EXPERTS
    IN THE WORLD OF WORK
    hays-index.com
    LABOUR MARKETS
    IN A WORLD OF
    CONTINUOUS
    CHANGE
    The Hays Global Skills Index 2015 – no analysis of economies is
    complete without this assessment of the global labour market
    The global economy is generally in better health today than
    it has been for many years but there are still worrying signs
    of the lasting impact of the financial crisis. In particular, the
    global skills shortage shows no sign of easing as labour
    markets are still under significant strain in a world of
    continuous change. So what can governments, education
    authorities and businesses do to help shape the talent
    pipeline of tomorrow?
    Find out more in the Hays Global Skills Index 2015,
    which highlights the factors impacting the labour
    markets of 31 countries around the world and
    provides insight into the complex dynamics
    of the global skills landscape.
    To view it online or to request a copy,
    visit hays-index.com
    © Copyright Hays plc 2015. HAYS, the Corporate and Sector H devices, Recruiting experts worldwide, the HAYS Recruiting experts worldwide logo and Powering the World of Work are trade marks
    of Hays plc. The Corporate and Sector H devices are original designs protected by registration in many countries. All rights are reserved.
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