TJ newsflash: 3 December
This week’s news and research from around the world compiled by the TJ editor
This week’s compilation of news and research to catch the eye of the TJ editor include: an in-depth view of investment in knowledge capital from the OECD; an assessment of the impact in shortages of semiconductors to manufacturers, particularly the automotive industry; how flexible working is central to keeping your millennial workforce; Covid-19 hit working women hard, so it’s heartening to read about how some companies are trying to support their female employees; and finally a feel-good news story from the BBC on how a young graduate sold his skills and personality outside Canary Wharf tube station to land the job he dreamed of… .
Supporting Investment in Knowledge Capital, Growth and Innovation – OECD
‘The Great Resignation’: Third of millennials say they’ll quit their job if they have to go to the office more – inews
Surviving the Silicon Storm – KPMG Insights
How I got my dream job with a Tube station pitch – BBC News
In another article on supporting wellbeing at work Cass Coulston and Ricardo Twumasi examine neurodiversity
As lack of motivation and engagement grips organisations, Giora Morein suggests that agile methodology could be the way to re-energise flagging employees
Jeremy Campbell offers advice on achieving our goals in the coming year – both at work and at home
Anthony Santa Maria on how personalised learning builds future-ready workforces
Vincent Belliveau, Senior Vice President & General Manager EMEA at Cornerstone OnDemand, explores the benefits of internal recruitment
We need to do a better job of preparing young people for the world of work, so they can make informed choices and build fulfilling careers.