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Researching information

  1. 1. Researching InformationFrom a given set of Information
  2. 2. 1. Competing to hire the best and motivate the rest  Job hirer’s story  HR practices / Business strategies to maintain ‘talent’ / people  Availability of existing & new Talent – in future higher demand lower availability  Life span demands a longer duration in work life  Outsourcing to reduce costs
  3. 3. 2. How individuals can survive in the new world of work  Job seeker’s story  Challenges in the job market  Continuous upgradation of skills is required  Job hoping to rise rather than continuing  Fulfilling jobs are available instead of mundane ones  Due to changing dynamics – social, business, health etc – newer job opportunities are arising  Short term versus long term jobs
  4. 4. 3. In the new world of work, unemployment is high yet skilled and talented people are in short supply. Matthew Bishop explains  Imbalance of job distribution – across the world, across economies, within a country
  5. 5. 4. The new world of work needs to be fair as well as efficient  Stress on the employment demands due to globalization – opening of economies. Plus point of getting benefits but at some counts loosing out too.  Skills demand-supply management – countries loosing out as there seems to be a mismatch between the education sector and industry. (Special focus has been brought in India by businesses by initiating such education programs or upskilling existing force  Strong and stable govt policies to create positive environment for business to expand, entrepreneurs to launch newer business models – leading to more, newer jobs  Balance of load the flexibility of the labour market – young vs older, existing or non-existing flexibility, extent of flexibility
  6. 6. 5. Employers are getting free workers, interns are getting a free education  Pros and cons of Internship as a (work) culture.  Is it pure learning for the intern or there much more too it?  Is it getting cheap labour for the organization?  How many of the youngsters are actually able to take this approach?
  7. 7. 6. Divisions are getting deeper7. Policymakers can help create jobs, up to a point8. Job-hunting lessons for young Egyptians

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