The talent gap

Insights, perspectives and predictions about today’s workforce trends

Aug 25, 2022

Key takeaways

The current talent gap crosses all skill levels and industries.

Companies must acknowledge and fulfill changed worker expectations to develop and retain their workforce.

For middle market companies, a “best of both worlds” staffing approach is key: in-house talent and outsourcing. 

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Business influencers speak about the existing talent gap and how to close it

An already tight talent pool has gotten tighter, and middle market organizations need new strategies to successfully attract and retain talent now and in the future.

RSM recently spoke with six business and association leaders to get their insights and perspectives on what led to this changed world of work and what lies ahead. This e-book reveals:

  • What skill levels and industries have been most affected by the current talent gap
  • How worker expectations have changed and what businesses should do to address them
  • How a balance of in-house talent and outsourcing creates an efficient staffing model

This e-book helps middle market companies re-think the world of work, overcome change hesitation, and learn what strategies will help them build the workforce of tomorrow. 

The talent gap is broad and wide, ranging from non-skilled labor to skilled labor and everything in between.
Marni Rozen, Director of management consulting – human capital, RSM US LLP

Download the e-book

Learn more about what’s driving the middle market talent gap, what companies are struggling with most and how it’s affecting organizations and their staff. Request our June 2022 research study, “What’s driving the middle market talent gap?”