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The Future of Work is shaping by new forces. We must adapt to different situations and it requires changes in our mindset.
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It’s time to start integrating Employee Workforce Analysis into company culture. If we don’t assess the workforce, we will not know which skills are lacking nor be able to identify any potential for development. Regions undergoing a transition in their industrial base often face an increased skilled shortage in emerging sectors of activity. Decreasing employment of skilled workers in traditional jobs is another problem with which they are confronted with, and this leads to a situation...

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According to the latest report “Future of Jobs 2020” by The World Economic Forum, technology adoption and automation is expected to remain relentless and potentially increase in various areas, this paired with the additional stress of the current COVID-19 pandemic recession means it is inevitable that unemployment figures will continue to rise. Therefore, educating yourself about the future of jobs will fare you well, especially in the near future.            ...

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One of the biggest challenges facing companies today is to attract, incorporate and retain IT, tech and digital talent. The demand for these profiles during and after the COVID-19 pandemic seems to continue to grow despite the freezing of recruitment processes for other profiles. Is IT talent acquisition a crisis-proof recruitment? Here are the 7 trends in IT recruitment in 2021:   A more strategic, longer-term recruitment.  Talent Acquisition is not one of the top...

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According to the Cognizant Center for the Future of Work and Future Workplace LLC (you can read its report here), there are 21 HR Jobs that we will have to focus on in the upcoming years. It has divided them according to the technological knowledge that they will have and when they will emerge. And although it seems like science fiction no (like a pandemic in 2020!), everything suggests that we will see them in...

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It’s been a difficult time, but it has shone a bright light on issues that needed to improve. The COVID-19 pandemic forced us to abandon former habits and follow new, socially distant ones. And perhaps— just perhaps — they will bring a permanent, meaningful change. It’s hard to predict what’s going to happen when this is over, but we are hopeful that companies will make sustainable changes to permanently become as positive and empathetic towards...

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Companies around the world are announcing that they will be remote-first — forever. Remote work has come to stay and companies around the world are changing their plans so that their employees can stay home more often. This brings new challenges for both workers and managers who have to manage people who may not be working in the office. Companies such as Twitter, Facebook, Shopify,  and hundreds more have openly said “office centricity” is over. Working remotely...

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Recent discussions on the future of jobs have focused mainly on whether or not they are at risk of being automated. But we believe the issue goes further, many jobs will still be needed for our day-to-day, However, we are confident that they will change and that this will lead to both the creation and the need for new skills and knowledge needed to carry out tomorrow’s functions. This presentation is based on the findings of...

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Who would have imagined that in a single day, all family members would have to juggle simultaneous videoconferences? The kids with online school and mom and dad working remotely? A few years back this would have seemed like an episode of The Jetsons. Today this is the ‘new normal’, and it is still unclear whether or when will it all go back to the way things were. There’s still a lot of uncertainty around the...

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“Nothing will be the same anymore”. That is everyone’s fear: companies, organizations, governments and society in general. The current COVID19 pandemic has no borders and has spread from country to country with overwhelming ease. In a hyper-connected, global world, everything circulates faster. Good and bad. All countries affected by the virus have been forced to isolate their populations with the aim of curbing infections and protecting the limited capacity of national health systems. A kind of de-globalisation where the movement...

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The COVID-19 pandemic has slowed the demand for short-term talent in various sectors, such as the ones of construction, petrochemical, tourism or export. The freezing of their activity has caused it to fall, and yet, according to reports, global talent demand has grown by 7% in Asian countries, which have been fighting the crisis since December 2019. This crisis is not affecting everyone equally. While some companies are sending their employees to work at home, others...