Jonas Prising, ManpowerGroup CEO, on talent shortages, their impacts, and how companies can address the issue.
ManpowerGroup’s annual survey of more than 41,000 hiring managers in 42 countries and territories found that 38% of employers are having difficulty filling jobs — a two-percentage point rise from 2014.
Unprecedented technological growth, constantly shifting demographics, increasing customer sophistication and the rise of individual choice has resulted in a new world of work.
James Bessen, author and an economist at Boston University School of Law, refutes claims that talent shortages do not exist, and outlines the competitive advantages on offer for companies that hire the right workers and train them well.
More than one employer in five is still not pursuing any recruitment strategy to overcome talent shortages. Action is needed now. Below is expert insight on how companies can look differently at their people practices
Only 10% of employers are seeking to explore previously untapped talent pools such as women, young people, military veterans, people with disabilities and older workers.
Employers can take proactive measures to retain existing talent, identifying key drivers of motivation while encouraging employees to own their careers
How to build a winning culture to attract the best talent around, and ensure existing employees are brand advocates