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De La Cruz - HR Trends: Circa 2010 & Beyond

  1. 1. PAGE TITLE • This is a sample text box for visual comparison with the banner info. HR Trends … circa • This is a sample text box for & Beyond 2010 visual comparison with the banner info. • This is a sample text box for visual comparison with the banner info. • This is a sample text box for visual comparison Joséwith the Cruz, J.D. A. De La banner info. This is a sample text box for visual comparison with the banner info. SE Div. HR Leader Manpower
  2. 2. AGENDA • Primer – Where Have All The Workers Gone? • Manpower Employment Outlook Survey – MEOS • The Changing World of Work – circa 2010 & Beyond • Crystal Ball – Future Trends • The New World of Work – Q&A
  3. 3. The Perfect Labor Storm- Dr. Ira S. Wolf
  4. 4. Manpower Employment Outlook Survey –MEOS • Performed and reported quarterly since 1962 • Measures employer intentions to increase/decrease workforce in the next quarter • More than 28,000 employers in 201 MSAs • Industry Mix – North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Supersectors • Seasonally adjusted for normal fluctuations
  5. 5. MEOS – Question “How do you anticipate total employment at your location to change in the three months to the end of March 2010 as compared to the current quarter?”
  6. 6. MEOS - National Outlook Q3-2010  3rd Consecutive Positive Outlook  +10% Employment Outlook; +6% Season. Adj.  98% of states in U.S. have positive outlook  95% of 100 largest MSAs have positive outlook
  7. 7. MEOS – FL Outlook Q3  One of the softest in the U.S.  Net Employment Outlook of +3%  Best: Durable & Non-Durable Goods, Transportation, Utilities, and Wholesale/Retail Trades  Bleak: Leisure & Hospitality, Government, Construction
  8. 8. Audience Reporting What are your thoughts; what are you seeing? Register to participate in MEOS at: www.us.manpower.com/meosregister
  9. 9. THE CHANGING WORLD OF WORK . . . circa 2010 & BEYOND
  10. 10. The Changing World of Work – circa 2010 & beyond …  Bureau of Labor Statistics – 10 million more jobs than people to fill them – In 10 years, jobs will double – Labor force will grow by 12%  Labor force is growing older – Median average age has gone up since 1980 • 1980 > 35 • 2010 > 41 – # of people age 55+ will increase 73% by 2020
  11. 11. The Changing World of Work – circa 2010 & beyond …  Healthcare & Technical positions expected to grow twice as fast as the average for all occupations.  Job replacement needs expected to generate over 33 million job openings by 2016.  75% of current workforce must be retrained to keep jobs they have today.
  12. 12. CRYSTAL BALL . . . A LOOK INTO THE FUTURE
  13. 13. Crystal Ball – The Workplace  Less brick – n – mortar  “Targeted” physical space  Work – R – Cise Stations  Less / more sophisticated equipment  Increased government intervention
  14. 14. Crystal Ball – People Processes  More emphasis on “character” and “professionalism”  Increased usage of assessments This is a sample text box for visual comparison with the banner info  Speed interviewing  Employer branding  Formalized corporate universities/degree programs
  15. 15. Crystal Ball – The Candidates  Social Networks  Shorter / flexible workweeks  “Free Agents”  More gadgets  Baby boomers working longer  More training / retraining
  16. 16. The New World of Work – e3unlimited
  17. 17. The Changing World of Work … what is the vision of your future?

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