The battle to find, recruit and retain talented individuals is hurting
corporate finance functions, according to new research from
The firm found there is a deep gulf between where the finance department
needs go and the talent it has to get it there.
A worldwide survey of senior financial executives, conducted by Deloitte with
the Economist Intelligence Unit – ‘The Finance
Talent Challenge,’ found efforts to attract, keep and develop high performers is
not a chief priority.
Worringly, only one third of CFOs surveyed say they have a recruitment
strategy for finance at all.
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