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Accenture and Tech:NYC’s annual survey on New York City talent trends finds business leaders are hiring and looking to the local workforce to fill their talent gaps. The survey of 350 C-level executives – all based in New York City and working across various industries – finds that a majority (83%) continue to grow their workforce in 2023 and are actively hiring.
Highlights of the report include:
Tech talent is top of mind for New York companies looking to hire – with more than half (59%) planning to increase the number of tech talent in 2023.
Nearly all survey respondents (99%) are confident their organization will be able to secure the tech skills they need in 2023 from the talent pool in New York City.
The top three most in-demand tech skills business leaders are looking for are cloud (78%), security (77%) and AI (75%). They also expect the most difficulty in hiring talent with expertise in these areas.
Although not actioned by many, business leaders say changes to degree requirements (23%) have become an important talent consideration for companies.
Our culture of equality enables us to attract, develop, inspire and reward our top talent.
It also creates an environment where all of this unleashes innovation, creating better solutions and delivering 360° value for our clients. We want all of our people to feel they belong and can reach their aspirations, personally and professionally.
Learn more about how Accenture lives its I&D culture.
C-Suite executives are making active efforts to adapt corporate practices to better reflect the shifting workplace expectations of employees in the pandemic era.
Companies have changed work hours or created more flexible schedules for their employees
Most employers have increased compensation
Some C-Suite executives have considered implementing a 4-day work week
Get into a growth state of mind
Eight out of ten companies say their growth agenda has changed since the start of the pandemic. With growth becoming more important to investors, leaders, and boards it is now everybody’s business, not just for ‘growth companies.’ But innovating is hard. It requires a focus on customers as well as employees, on new sources of revenue and the existing business of today, and there are no silver bullets or models you can copy from other companies.
Our new research has identified a set of six growth practices that, when managed together, can help companies to unlock their growth potential to achieve an always-on state of growth – and more ‘good growth’ that creates 360 Value.
Turning disruption into opportunity: Our U.S. Innovation Hubs
Located in 10 major cities across the United States, our network of Innovation Hubs is the engine where we push the boundaries of the possible with our clients.
Each Hub is home to multidisciplinary teams of designers, developers and other technology experts who work with clients to investigate, imagine and bring to life new ideas. Bringing together the company’s full suite of innovation capabilities, each Hub taps the local talent technology ecosystem, including startups, universities and industry leaders. Each is connected to more than 100 Accenture locations around the globe to seamlessly bring the best of Accenture’s global investments and insights to its clients on the ground.
Accenture's purpose is to deliver on the promise of technology and human ingenuity, which are required for change with our strategy to deliver 360⁰ value by embracing change.
Accenture creates 360⁰ value for all stakeholders by focusing on creating, driving, and measuring value in serving clients and operating its business across 6 dimentions: Client, Talent, Inclusion & Diversity, Experience, Sustainability, and Financial.
Accenture is a great place to work because management is competent at running the business, honest and ethical in its business practices, and innovative in creating facilities contributing to a good working environment. People are also given a lot of responsibility and refer others as they are proud they work here.
Accenture and Aon cofounded the Chicago Apprenticeship Network–partnering with employers like McDonald’s, Zurich Insurance and Walgreens to jump start their professional apprenticeship programs. Today, the network has 70+ member organizations and has well exceeded its initial goal to create 1,000+ apprenticeships. In collaboration with Aon, the Chicago Apprentice Network and the Business Roundtable, we launched an apprenticeship playbook which focuses on the key steps, considerations and case studies for apprenticeships in professional positions.