The 'IMD World Talent Ranking 2021' and the 'Global Talent Competitiveness Index 2022' rankings of INSEAD put Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland in the top 10 most competitive countries when it comes to attracting, growing, retaining, diversity & inclusion and entrepreneurial talent.
As the global health crisis redefined the way people and companies work, those who invested in a digitally savvy workforce, accelerated the adoption of online tools, and found novel ways to upskill talent, managed to gain an edge. Scandinavian companies are well ahead when it comes to HR operating models and are a definite source of inspiration for the changing times we live in.
During these two days, Scandinavian organisations presented the Best Practices on how they managed to shape and accelerate the future of work by focusing on HR agility, recruitment, leadership development, employee experience, diversity & inclusion, trends, cultural & digital transformation, upskilling, work-life balance, international mobility, people analytics and much more.
AMS was delighted to be the platinum partner of this event and delivered a presentation on 24 May.
12:00-12:30am CET - Transforming talent acquisition at LEO Pharma: building a model fit for the future
- How talent acquisition is placed at the center of LEO Pharmas transformation
- How to build a scalable and flexible talent acquisition model for uncertain times
- With basics of a talent acquisition model in place – what’s the next frontier in talent to explore?
Jakob Wolter, Head of Global Talent Acquisition, LEO Pharma
Tiago Chapelas, Senior Client Services Manager, AMS
If you were able to join us, we hope you enjoyed it.