PPMA 2013 Annual Seminar - Nick Heckscher - Talent and Young people

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  • In 2009 YU rose by twice as much as it rose in the previous 10 years combinedYouth hit 1 – last month’s CBI / Manpower employment survey said YU rose by 7.2% All other groups fell – should we triple dip, youth will bear the bruntThe global downturn has impact YU 250% more than it has UGlobal impact of YU:Social unrestetc
  • Awareness amongst public sector employees reported by CIPD to be only 19% vs. private sector average of 95%Competition with more experienced workers and over-specingRemoval of mandatory retirement ageReduced attrition / hiringHiring Manager priorities – feels too difficultOwnership within an LAProcesses – online recruitment is skill and experience basedGen Y Social Uptake
  • Cost of exclusion estimated to be £22bnAgeing workforceWidening gaps – have/have notsleaders/doersworker / welfarePrivate vs. public… on innovationInnovation – average employee age at the world’s 3 most innovative companies Apple, FB and Google = 33, 26 and 31Average LA age?
  • Cost of exclusion estimated to be £22bnAgeing workforceWidening gaps – have/have notsleaders/doersworker / welfarePrivate vs. public… on innovationInnovation – average employee age at the world’s 3 most innovative companies Apple, FB and Google = 33, 26 and 31Average LA age?
  • To do this we need to re-consider the relationship between Attraction, Assessment and Engagement and begin to see them as one interlinked entity.The market forces that have created today’s Human Age now mean that the days when you could have your attraction, assessment and engagement strategies working in separately from each other are well and truly over. We used to think about attraction as the first step to filling a vacancy but now we must look at engagement first – if you don’t know where you want to be at the end of a successful resourcing strategy there’s no way you can know where to begin.Employee Engagement started as a neat definition for all the intangible and sometimes immeasurable emotive stuff that impacts the productivity of a workforce.We have to look at this differently when we’re recruiting - we have to move the applicants’ goalposts when they’re looking at your role – their aim mustn’t be just to get the job - to be hired - but to be a success in the job 6 months down the line – a bit like making your marriage work in the long term rather than just having a great wedding day. So the first question always has to be what does positive engagement in this role mean to your organisation? What’s your purpose for engagement? Is it financial? fewer customer complaints? Longer tenure in previously high turnover positions? Once you’ve worked it out - then you make sure it’s reflected in the assessment and application elements of your resourcing strategy.
  • Changing MixFewer entry level jobsMind the GapThe role of Managers both generally and London borough example
  • 64% of millennials ask about social media policies in job interviews.24% of Gen Y say social media policies would be a factor in accepting a job offer.43% of millennials have “liked” more than 20 brands on Facebook.52% of Gen Y users have more than 300 friends on Facebook — the top 10 percent have more than 1,000.1 in 3 surveyed said they would put social media freedom and device flexibility and work mobility over salary when considering a job offer.70% of Gen Y are planning to change jobs once the economy improves.
  • PPMA 2013 Annual Seminar - Nick Heckscher - Talent and Young people

    1. 1. Tomorrow’s TalentFriday 19 April 2013
    2. 2. PPMA Seminar 2013ManpowerGroup Solutions | Friday 19 April 2013 2AgendaContextBarriersImplications of InertiaChanging PerceptionsYoung People and the Holy Trinity
    3. 3. Context
    4. 4. PPMA Seminar 2013ManpowerGroup Solutions | Friday 19 April 2013 4ManpowerGroup’s Unique PerspectiveNearly 3,800 offices across80 countries around theworldOver 400,000 clientsranging from SMB’s toGlobal Fortune 100companiesLargest global vendor-neutral MSP providerThe global leader inRecruitment ProcessOutsourcingThe world’s largestoutplacement firmInterviewed 12 million peoplein 2011 and connected 4million people to meaningfulworkFilled >309,000 UKpublic sectorassignments last yearRevenues of $20 Billion in 2012with over 85% generatedoutside the U.S.Over 10.5million peopletrainedUK Temporary workforceof 30,000, of whom >25%are under 25
    5. 5. PPMA Seminar 2013ManpowerGroup Solutions | Friday 19 April 2013 5WANTED:Energised,Career-DrivenYouth
    6. 6. Barriers
    7. 7. PPMA Seminar 2013ManpowerGroup Solutions | Friday 19 April 2013 7?More part-time, temporaryor contract workersMore telecommutingMore offshored oroutsourced workersMore older workers(aged 55+)Don’t knowOther types of changes tothe nature of workSOURCE: McKinsey Global Institute US Jobs Survey, 2011; McKinsey Global Institute AnalysisHow will your company’s workforce change of the next 5 years?(Select all that apply)% of respondents (n = 2,000)57.825.521.519.916.82.9Barriers Facing the Sector
    8. 8. Implications of Inertia
    9. 9. PPMA Seminar 2013ManpowerGroup Solutions | Friday 19 April 2013 9Implications of Inertia
    10. 10. Changing Perceptions
    11. 11. PPMA Seminar 2013ManpowerGroup Solutions | Friday 19 April 2013 11
    12. 12. Young People and The Holy Trinity
    13. 13. PPMA Seminar 2013ManpowerGroup Solutions | Friday 19 April 2013 13Attraction Interest and AttentionMotivationOnline RecruitmentTeachable FitCareer ConsiderationsGen Y Social UptakeYoung People and The Holy Trinity
    14. 14. PPMA Seminar 2013ManpowerGroup Solutions | Friday 19 April 2013 14Interest and Attention
    15. 15. PPMA Seminar 2013ManpowerGroup Solutions | Friday 19 April 2013 15amazingMotivation
    16. 16. PPMA Seminar 2013ManpowerGroup Solutions | Friday 19 April 2013 16EngagementInterest and AttentionMotivationOnline RecruitmentTeachable FitCareer ConsiderationsGen Y Social UptakeYoung People and The Holy Trinity
    17. 17. PPMA Seminar 2013ManpowerGroup Solutions | Friday 19 April 2013 17Online Recruitment
    18. 18. PPMA Seminar 2013ManpowerGroup Solutions | Friday 19 April 2013 18Teachable Fit
    19. 19. PPMA Seminar 2013ManpowerGroup Solutions | Friday 19 April 2013 19RetentionInterest and AttentionMotivationOnline RecruitmentTeachable FitCareer ConsiderationsGen Y Social UptakeYoung People and The Holy Trinity
    20. 20. PPMA Seminar 2013ManpowerGroup Solutions | Friday 19 April 2013 20Traditional LocalAuthority StructureCareer ConsiderationsFTESeniorityChanging Shape of LocalAuthority Workforces?
    21. 21. PPMA Seminar 2013ManpowerGroup Solutions | Friday 19 April 2013 21Gen Y Attitudes
    22. 22. PPMA Seminar 2013ManpowerGroup Solutions | Friday 19 April 2013 22About ManpowerGroup and Contact DetailsManpowerGroup, the world leader in innovative workforce solutions, creates and delivers high-impact solutions that enable our clients toachieve their business goals and enhance their competitiveness. With over 60 years of experience, our $20 billion company creates uniquetime to value through a comprehensive suite of innovative solutions that help clients win in the Human Age. These solutions cover an entirerange of talent-driven needs from recruitment and assessment, training and development, and career management, to outsourcing andworkforce consulting.ManpowerGroup maintains the world’s largest and industry-leading network of nearly 3,900 offices in over 80 countries and territories,generating a dynamic mix of an unmatched global footprint with valuable insight and local expertise to meet the needs of its 400,000 clientsper year, across all industry sectors, small and medium-sized enterprises, local, multinational and global companies. The ManpowerGroupsuite of solutions is offered through ManpowerGroup Solutions, Experis, Manpower, and Right Management.Read more at ManpowerGroup.co.ukAsk us for more insight about today and tomorrow’sWorld of Work by emailing: solutions@ManpowerGroup.co.ukFollow us: @HRThoughtLeaderJoin the debate: HR Thought Leadership NetworkNick.Heckscher@manpowergroup.co.ukSector Director Public Sector for ManpowerGroup in the UKCapital Court, Uxbridge UB8 1AB Tel: +44(0)1895 205 200

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