Workforce and Employment

4 ways to recruit and retain the best talent

How can employers find and retain talent with the potential to adapt to changing circumstances? Image: StockSnap/Nuno Silver

Michael Buehler

Head of Infrastructure & Urban Development, World Economic Forum

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Figure 1: worker age in the US construction sector
Mary Barra, left, CEO of General Motors, sits next to Warren Buffett, CEO of Berkshire Hathaway Image: REUTERS/Elaine Thompson
Figure 2: Non-financial incentives are more effective motivators

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