Global skills shortage hits India

Darryl Judd

If organisations are going to win the war on talent they must be prepared to invest in employee development, look to groom future talent internally and position themselves to attract and retain top performers. This was one of a number of key messages from the 2nd Annual SCMLogistics India Conference, held in New Delhi recently.

With unprecedented manufacturing growth and a booming domestic economy, fuelled in part by a rapidly growing number of middle class consumers, the global talent shortage is now being seen in India, the world

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