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Sm ppma 17 apr 15 from the disco to the download sarah messenger

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Sm ppma 17 apr 15 from the disco to the download sarah messenger

  1. 1. From the disco to the download Sarah Messenger, Head of Workforce, LGA
  2. 2. Disco to the download…
  3. 3. This session: • Look at past contexts and present challenges • Consider future expectations from research into workforce of the future • What can we learn from the evolving nature of the ‘employment deal’
  4. 4. 1975 • Payscales from £1,215 to £7,407 • Annual RPI was 24.9% • ‘Medical Director of Health’ removed as a local govt function
  5. 5. 1980s & 1990s • Diversity & equality ridiculed as ‘loony left’ • Move from rates to Community Charge to Council Tax
  6. 6. 2015 • Minimum £13,500 per annum • Zero / negative inflation • Uncertain future for all national and local govt • Reducing local govt workforce numbers • After 40 year absence, Public Health Directors return to local govt
  7. 7. 2025? • Councils with small workforce to commission services? • All decision & spending power devolved to local level? • millennials account for 75% workforce ? • Public Health returns to NHS?
  8. 8. Future of work….Millennials? Millennials (or Generation Y) born 1990s to the early 2000s. “…have a different view of how work should get done and come into the workforce with a different set of expectations..”
  9. 9. Future of work….Millennials? • Transparent Leadership • “Meaningful” Work • Work in teams to accomplish ‘goals’. • ‘Remote’ working norm • Results over “degrees” • change the meaning of “face-time” • End of Annual appraisals • Work as a game… “Deloitte found that 92% of millennials believe that business should be measured by more than just profit and should focus on a societal purpose and 83% of millennials gave to charities in 2012”
  10. 10. Future ‘Employment Deal’? • Local needs very different and ever changing • “Work” focused on outcomes not time based inputs • Public service ethos • Expectations for talent progression beyond traditional • More personal empowerment, calculated risk taking & innovative approaches • Pay & Rewards are much more tailored to individual preferences and contribution
  11. 11. “It's not the labels, the industry, the fans, the cities, the economy, the social media, the marketing, the promoting, the 'right time,' the music, or whatever other excuse you can come up with that determines whether you succeed or you fail. It is you, no one else,” ― Loren Weisman, A Guide to Success in the Music Business
  12. 12. “Disco to the download . . .” Bay city Rollers - Bye Bye Baby Just over 1 million sales in 1975 Jenifer Rush – Power of Love Just over 1.4 million sales in 1985 Hozier - Take me to church Just over 600k sales in 2015

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