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As an organization, it is important to be prepared for future talent outflows in critical key positions. Are you already considering finding the right successors? These are the questions that concern HR managers.
According to CBS data, it is expected that the number of employees will decrease from 60% to 55% of the workforce between 2010 and 2040. The increase in the retirement age to 67 years somewhat mitigates this decline. The first group of baby boomers, born in 1946, will retire around 2011. By 2040, there will be one retiree for every two employees. This marks the beginning of a fairly predictable workforce outflow.
Within family businesses, for example, the average tenure of a director is 22 years, providing sufficient time to groom successors. However, in other companies, this average is significantly shorter, around seven years. The average age of directors in Dutch organizations is 62 years.
The departure of long-serving, senior-aged executives is often predictable. However, there may be instances where you are suddenly faced with an unexpected vacancy for a crucial management position. For such urgent cases, Get Headhunted Group offers the opportunity to quickly place a qualified candidate on an interim basis for a specific period of time, allowing you to fill the temporary gap. This way, you have the time to search for a suitable permanent employee and ensure the continuity of your organization.