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Talent shortages in key sectors are likely to remain a feature of Western economies left with persistently tight labour markets in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, global staffing company ManpowerGroup said. Seventy-five percent of companies surveyed across eight countries and regions reported talent shortages, it found, saying this had profound implications for the retention and upskilling of workers. Barberis urged companies to think more about how they help their existing workforce and new employees to get greater skills rather than worry about other trends such as the so-called "Great Resignation" of people leaving the labour market.
Recently announced layoffs at Amazon and Microsoft may signal a recalibration of the U.S. labor market. Amazon said it will cut 18,000 jobs while Microsoft said it will slash 10,000.
Experis Opens State-of-the-Art Offshore Delivery Center in India's High-growth Tech Hub of Bengaluru
With 76% of IT and Tech employers reporting difficulty hiring talent, new and innovative solutions are needed to source and recruit skilled workers. In order to meet the growing demand, Experis, the global leader in IT professional resourcing and services and part of ManpowerGroup (NYSE: MAN), today announced the opening of a new recruiting and talent sourcing center in India's high-growth tech hub of Bengaluru. The Offshore Delivery Center will be the flagship location for Experis' borderless t
Companies are increasingly prioritising skills development rather than offering life-long careers, as technological change drives skills shortages in a post-pandemic world, the CEO of U.S. staffing company ManpowerGroup said. Twenty years from now, the recruitment boss predicts that workers will be engaged in developing skills on a regular basis through their employment. At the same time, technology is changing what skills are required and driving skills shortages already accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Amidst the growing digitization of work and the workforce, ManpowerGroup's new 2023 trends report, "The New Human Age," finds that although technology may be the great enabler, humans are still the catalyst to the future. This research, published ahead of the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland, which features input from 13,000 decision-makers and 8,000 workers from across eight countries and regions, identifies 14 key trends shaping the future of work and impacting today's
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With inflation remaining high and a potential recession looming in 2023, some U.S. employers are beginning to cut back on hiring but there's still strong demand for talent in industries including information technology, according to a ManpowerGroup survey published Thursday.
Today, ManpowerGroup (NYSE: MAN) released the results of its 2023 Q1 Employment Outlook Survey of more than 6,000 U.S. employers. The survey results show that while the impact of a potential recession and rising inflation dampens the hiring Outlook quarter-over-quarter and year-over-year, U.S. employers continue to report upbeat hiring plans. IT remains the strongest sector (+52%), despite headlines about tech hiring and layoffs. The weakest outlooks are predicted by employers in Communication S
While cooling this quarter, global demand for talent remains resilient and the race for skills continues, according to the newly released Q1 ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook Survey (NYSE: MAN) of more than 38,000 employers in 41 countries and territories.
ManpowerGroup (NYSE: MAN), the world leader in innovative workforce solutions, today announced that it plans to release 4th quarter earnings results before the market opens on Tuesday, January 31, 2023. Management will discuss the results the same day in a live webcast at 7:30 a.m. Central Time (8:30 a.m. Eastern Time), which can be accessed on the company's website.