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    De La Cruz - HR Trends:  Circa 2010 & Beyond De La Cruz - HR Trends: Circa 2010 & Beyond Presentation Transcript

    • 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
    • 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
    • The Perfect Labor Storm- Dr. Ira S. Wolf
    • 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
    • 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?”
    • 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
    • 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
    • Audience Reporting What are your thoughts; what are you seeing? Register to participate in MEOS at: www.us.manpower.com/meosregister
    • THE CHANGING WORLD OF WORK . . . circa 2010 & BEYOND
    • 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
    • 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.
    • CRYSTAL BALL . . . A LOOK INTO THE FUTURE
    • Crystal Ball – The Workplace  Less brick – n – mortar  “Targeted” physical space  Work – R – Cise Stations  Less / more sophisticated equipment  Increased government intervention
    • 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
    • Crystal Ball – The Candidates  Social Networks  Shorter / flexible workweeks  “Free Agents”  More gadgets  Baby boomers working longer  More training / retraining
    • The New World of Work – e3unlimited
    • The Changing World of Work … what is the vision of your future?