Businesses are competing to attract the people they consider the most skilled workers, but if hiring challenges can be described as a war, then the past two years have been one long battle. Host Isabel Berwick hears from Tyler Cowen, an economist and co-author of a new book called ‘Talent’, about how to spot and retain the skilled recruits, and from FT management editor, Anjli Raval, about how skills shortages are affecting recruitment practices.

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Talent wars: why businesses have to battle to hire the best https://www-ft-com.ezp.lib.cam.ac.uk/content/e79e1497-1eb3-4ca1-bd1f-b12679e24576

The global war for talent https://www-ft-com.ezp.lib.cam.ac.uk/content/61cc947c-c44c-4340-897a-8bd947227c05

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