April 2002

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: ‘War for talent’ continues, says survey of executives

Despite widespread workforce reductions in the U.S. during the last several months, the "war for talent" continues, with leadership and management leading senior executives' lists of t..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Despite widespread workforce reductions in the U.S. during the last several months, the "war for talent" continues, with leadership and management leading senior executives' lists of the most-sought-after skills for 2002. These are among the key findings in a survey of Fortune 1000 companies. Accenture (www.accenture.com) released the results, after interviews with 150 senior executives conducted between Dec. 3, 2001 and Jan. 22, 2002. According to the survey, 73% of senior executives said the "war for talent" continues, 24% said they believed it was temporarily on hold and 3% said the talent crunch was past. When

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