The future of the full time employee endangered species or accomplished transformer

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Comparison of the 20th century workforce and workplace to the 21st century workforce and workplace. Emphasis on the changing nature of work, specifically as it relates to the work environment, employee characteristics and types of jobs.

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  • Future – beyond 2020Anticipated trendsMobilityTechnologyHigh tech stressIsolated and alienated work force
  • The future of the full time employee endangered species or accomplished transformer

    1. 1. 20th Century • Market economy • Information age • Global labour force
    2. 2. 1913 2013 From man to machine
    3. 3. Pre-1970’s Post- 1970’s From command & control to team leadership
    4. 4. 21st Century • Debt Economy • Networked Intelligence Age • Mobile workforce
    5. 5. By 2020 - what are the major changes? 1. Demographic mix  Boomers exodus explodes – vacancies rise, GDP affected  Expertise gap widens – forces up training & development costs  Cohort conflict with 5 generations now in the workforce
    6. 6. 2. Participation Rate - Canada  Workforce shrinks from 68% in 2006 to 63% in 2021 to 59% in 2031  General population ages, less workers to fill skills gaps  Immigration not sufficient to meet skills needs
    7. 7. 3. Workforce Development  Post secondary education minimum entry requirement  Collaborative and virtual team growth  Emerging networked knowledge environment
    8. 8. 4. Skills Supply and Demand  Skilled labour gap  Glut of unskilled labour  Roadmap to future jobs unclear
    9. 9. 5. Mobile mass collaboration*  Data storage and management in ‘the cloud’  Integration of social media platforms  Mobility through online participation * See Don Tapscott’s and Anthony D. Williams’ book, Macrowikinomics: Rebooting Business and the World, 2010.
    10. 10. Trends*  Information Revolution  Demographics  Global Village  Natural Systems  High Technology  Green Industry *Thanks to Rick Miner, “Jobs of the Future: Options and Opportunities”, March 2012, for some of these trends.
    11. 11. Work Environment  Project oriented  Online and offsite  Technology-based  High stress - Isolating and alienating  Remote connections to team  Collaboration across horizontal levels
    12. 12. Jobs  Researcher  Communications specialist  Eldercare support worker  Software developer  Computer animator  Social media designer or administrator  Financial services advisor  Social media manager & marketer  Health and nutrition expert Imagined Future Careers  Digital architect  Body part maker  Nano-medic  Vertical farmer  Climate controller  Avatar manager  Haptic programmer
    13. 13. Employee Characteristics  Creative  Innovative  Continuous learner  Collaborative  Remote team participant  Flexible  Project oriented  Multi tasker  Open to new employment models
    14. 14. Decrease  Unionized positions  Full time unionized positions  Manufacturing jobs  Population size  Participation rate  Wages  Skilled labour Increase  Part time positions  Self employment  Contract work  Retirement age  Baby boomer tenure  Service industry jobs  More generations - 3 to 5  Women  Immigrants  Unskilled labour Workforce Composition Changes – 20th to 21st Century

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