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A collection of stories, insights, and analysis from McKinsey colleagues in the United Kingdom on key topics shaping UK and global business.

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Competition for talent will remain fierce in the UK despite economic uncertainty

– While the record-tight labour market conditions are set to ease somewhat in 2023, recruitment, retention, and pay pressures will not abate as evenly. Long-standing issues, such as an ageing population, skills shortages, and structural tightness in some sectors, mean that organisations need to be prepared for a continued war for talent.

Fixing the ladder: How UK businesses benefit from better social mobility

– Socioeconomic diversity merits consideration alongside gender, race, ethnicity, and other diversity dimensions on the UK corporate agenda.
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Fusion energy is gaining momentum – building up a global ecosystem could help accelerate its commercialization

– Decarbonizing our electricity system requires unprecedented efforts at the technological, economic and system integration levels. Renewable energies such as wind and solar power are a natural solution, since they are zero-carbon, technologically mature, and cost-efficient.
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Momentum building for the United Kingdom to lead carbon capture and hydrogen fuel development

– Climate change commitments from governments and businesses to reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 are intensifying interest... in new sources of renewable energy and advanced technologies that could help reduce, remove, or capture carbon emissions in hard-to-abate sectors.
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Companies can’t afford to underestimate the speed at which the world is changing

– McKinsey Digital’s new lead for the United Kingdom, Ireland, and Israel offices, Ruben Schaubroeck, spoke with Thomas Farrar,... a manager of communications in the firm’s UK office, about digital transformation, leadership and why speed and pace are becoming so important for CEOs.
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More UK employees are leaving their jobs than ever before: How businesses can respond

– There is no doubt about it: fundamental shifts are taking place in the UK’s labour market.

Facing the future: How UK businesses can thrive in the next normal

– The UK economy has been profoundly shaken, and reshaped, by the COVID-19 pandemic—just as the country has entered a new... trading relationship with the EU. Although the route to recovery and growth will be different for every business and every sector, each will require a combination of strategic foresight and built-in agility.

Opportunities for UK businesses in the net-zero transition

– Supplying the goods and services to enable the global net-zero transition could be worth £1 trillion to UK businesses by... 2030.

Facing the future: Britain’s new industrial revolution

– By embracing new technologies, UK manufacturers have an opportunity to reinvigorate their sector.

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