The report also points out that many companies have not been investing in employee development and training during the recession. And, with the economy and stock market improving, more aging workers are leaving the workforce. Do the math, and when the best, most experienced people start leaving the workforce or changing jobs, employers will be hard pressed to find easy replacements. In fact, the SHRM report points out that HR professionals feel the war for talent is already heating up, and the ability to attract and retain good people is now a top concern.
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