Mining and Metals

5 talent sourcing strategies for the future workforce of mining and metals companies

Mining and metals industries must work collaboratively to avoid a future skills gap. Image: Freepik.com

Gaston Carrion
Managing Director, Accenture
Jörgen Sandström
Head, Transforming Industrial Ecosystems, World Economic Forum
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