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Where is All the Talent

The consulting industry is expected to experience significant growth in 2022. However, the rapidly changing talent landscape and the use of traditional talent strategies are a significant
threat to consulting firms who thrive on the swift deployment of quality talent.

Developing the right mix of full-time talent and highly skilled contingent talent
can have a positive impact on speed of deployment, quality of talent, revenues, profit levels, utilization rates and on-time service delivery.

Download this white paper to learn ways People2.0 can help you take action and drive results.

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