The Skills Revolution · Source: ManpowerGroup’s 2016-17 Talent Shortage Survey. Talent Shortages...
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The Skills Revolution and the Future of Work Jonas Prising Chairman & CEO ManpowerGroup
70 Years of Global Workforce Solutions Expertise
Technological Revolution The impact of Digitization on People and Skills
Rise of Client Sophistication The Power is Shifting
Greater Individual Choice From Job for Life to Career for Me
Shifting Demographics Bridging the Divide
The Four Global Forces
Populations are Aging Rapidly
UN World Population Ageing, 2015
P ercent Aged 60+ B y R egion, 1980-2050:
Global Talent Shortages at a 12-Year High
Talent Shortages are Growing Around the World
Percentage of Employers Reporting Difficulty Filling Jobs
Source: ManpowerGroup’s 2016-17 Talent Shortage Survey
Talent Shortages in the Americas and Mexico are Above the Global Average
The Roles Employers Struggle Most to Fill in Mexico
We See the Emergence of a Skills Revolution
Just 10% of employers expect to reduce their workforce as a result of automation.
86% Of employers plan to maintain or increase headcount due to automation
Automation is good news for job seekers…
if they have the right skills
Learnability is key
Most Valued Soft Skills Are Hard to Find Around the Globe
Human Strengths Stand out in the Digital Age
How are Employers Addressing Talent Shortages in Mexico?
ManpowerGroup ManpowerGroup, “Millennials: 2020 Vision,” 2016
Millennials Prioritize Skills Development What would it take for you to reach the next job level?
The Rise of NextGen Work
97% of people in Mexico are open to NextGen Work
NextGen Work Suits both Men and Women
Overcoming Talent Shortages in the Future
● Do we know all of our talent supply options? ● How can we optimize the talent we have? ● Are we reaching untapped and under-tapped talent pools?
● How do we manage talent to drive productivity? ● How do we manage a diverse workforce? ● How do we inject flexibility into our workforce mix?
● Today’s practices were created with outdated assumptions - so why still use them?
● What new practices will we need to attract, develop and retain talent?
Rethinking Talent Management