Supply chain professionals faced unprecedented challenges as the global health crisis disrupted supply chains around the world. Whilst the seeds for change have been planted and recovery has begun, the fundamentals of how to compete in a post-pandemic talent landscape are a bottleneck facing supply chain leaders today.
In a new business climate that is abundant in opportunity and with demand for talent higher than ever, it is critical for organizations to understand how to attract, secure, and retain talent in a candidate-driven market.
The annual DSJ Global Job Confidence Index 2021 surveyed a global network of over 1,000 Supply Chain and Procurement professionals. The index captures the sentiments of the labor market, their confidence in the economy, finding or retaining a job, compensation and bonus, career motivators, flexible working models, and whether factors in employment have changed.