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Junior staff are finding better contracts, senior staff are burning out: the arts are losing the war for talent

By Kim Goodwin, Lecturer, The University of Melbourne
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In 1997, consulting firm McKinsey & Company coined the term “the war for talent” to define increasing labour shortages that had significant potential to impact organisational performance.

The war for talent significantly impacted corporations at the time, creating a scarcity mindset and encouraging a wave of employee-focussed initiatives designed to attract and retain staff.

For the most part, the arts and cultural sector have been sheltered from the war for talent over past decades. Global growth…The Conversation

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