Workforce of the Future l HR Perspectives

THE WORKFORCE OF THE FUTURE

RE-PLAY LIVE WEBINAR

 

Workforce Tsunami: Is your organisation prepared for future threats?
 


This webinar hosted by Ephraim Spehrer-Patrick and Sara Fuller from Mercer’s Talent business in the Pacific, will articulate:

  • How technological innovations, mobile robotics and big data analytics, are generating waves of change through potentially automating up to 45% of jobs, in the coming years,

  • the necessity of strategic workforce planning to recruit or train the talent of the future and

  • why HR information systems are largely ignoring the ‘total workforce’, due to 40% of employers using contractors to ‘bridge shortages of highly skilled/specialist staff’.

 

 

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