Mexico City / 07.28.2021 15:20:22
ManpowerGroup warned that the working market faces the increase in talent shortage, of the gender gap, the popularization of the home office and social polarization; Faced with this situation, organizations are becoming more sophisticated as they prepare to adjust and adapt to a new reality with greater agility.
“Organizations can better prepare for these challenges impacting talent and the new global work order, starting with creating greater workforce flexibility, strengthening talent sustainability and worker well-being, and driving digital transformations.” referred the director of People & Culture for ManpowerGroup Latin America, Martha Barroso.
According to the company specialized in human Resources, it is estimated that global talent shortage will result in 85 million unfilled positions by 2030, that the demand for technical and human skills will continue to grow, while jobs in administration, hospitality and legal / business support will decline.
In addition, women are disproportionately affected by social and economic crises, are overrepresented in job losses in sectors such as retail, entertainment and hospitality, and are underrepresented in growth sectors such as technology, operations and logistics, while also taking on more home care responsibilities.
To this is added that the hybrid working models and self-employment have been on the rise, with 48 percent of employees likely to telecommute for at least one more time after the health crisis.
ManpowerGroup He added that digital acceleration also plays a role in the new type of employer / employee relationship that reflects what workers are looking for, such as job security, skills upgrading, and work-life balance and well-being.
“The growth of cyber and remote work implies that each company must be a technology company in order to compete and create more value. The growth of new sectors, such as telemedicine, pharmaceuticals, technological education and self-care, will promote changes that bring together the best of technology and human skills ”, he pointed out. Martha Barroso.