This year it has focused on “entrepreneurial talent”, an element that Adecco considers key for competitiveness and innovation. The index focuses on the ability of countries to manage talent through attraction, growth and retention. For the global director of Human Resources of Adecco, February 2019 calendar With Holidays, “focusing on entrepreneurial talent is essential to promote competitiveness and innovation required by the current market, which evolves at a rapid pace, where globalization and digitalization impose a high pace and to achieve it, new approaches, tools, practices are needed » With respect to Spain, it occupies the 31st position, same position as last year, although it improves its relative position since in the 2018 report, 119 countries were analyzed. However, the total score of our country has dropped 2.06 points, to a total of 52.85. It is located just above Chile, Costa Rica and Lithuania, while South Korea, Slovenia and Portugal precede it.
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Spain has a good level of talent retention, a section where it has its best score in the ranking for its good work on issues such as sustainability and lifestyle. In addition, it also stands out in skills for knowledge, having a high percentage of the population with higher education.
However, there are several aspects where Spain has much to improve. In particular, the index shows that it does not offer many opportunities for women to occupy management positions. Our country is ranked 112 out of 125, its worst position being analyzed. In this matter, the Budgets include a measure where fiscal incentives will be offered to companies that put women on their board of directors. In the other aspect referred to the difference between men and women, the salary wage, Spain is ranked 50th February 2019 calendar With Holidays. Other sections to improve is the ease to hire (position 105), a fact that last year was already the worst. In addition, it is also stressed that there is a need to improve the relationship of salaries with productivity and collaboration between agencies. One more year, the ranking is led by Switzerland, Singapore and the United States, just ahead of Norway and Denmark. The Nordic countries in general are in a good position, since Finland and Sweden also occupy the sixth and seventh place, respectively. The report highlights that the first ten countries have aspects in common. First of all, they have a well-developed educational system and also flexible employment policies that offer social protection.