Global Talent Trends 2023: Europe
This ground-breaking global research is one of the largest ever studies across the accountancy profession, providing a unique and vital view of what people think about working in the profession right now
Key findings from Global Talent Trends 2023: Europe:
- The inflation crisis fuels wage pressures
Rising prices have presented employees and employers with significant challenges, leading to heightened wage demands and talent retention hurdles.
- Hybrid and remote working gain momentum
Across Europe, a larger proportion of professionals than the global average are adopting hybrid and remote working arrangements.
- Growing mobility trend raises talent crunch concerns
While the profession remains attractive, mobility is presenting employers with challenges in accessing and retaining talent.
- Addressing burnout needs to be a priority
Stress and mental health concerns evident across all generations within the profession in Europe.
- Technology is empowering, but concerns prevail
Professionals across Europe recognise the ways in which technology can enhance value, but many are overwhelmed by the pace of change.
- Inclusivity measures score well, but social mobility lags
Leaders across Europe are accessible and respondents report strong inclusivity in workplace cultures, but social mobility remains a concern.
Written by Joe Fitzsimons
"Almost two-thirds of employees across Europe plan to move to a new role within two years, with a more significant proportion looking externally to their organisation for opportunity"Vikas Aggarwal, regional head of public affairs relationships – EEMA, ACCA