The first step to mending your relationship is understanding what made your worker leave in the first place. Many people have examined the reasons behind the Great Resignation, revealing not one motivator, but several.
The coronavirus pandemic prompted perhaps the largest ever experiment in remote working. Across all six continents, we saw a significant portion of businesses moving their operations online at speed, with many workers being instructed to switch their workstations.
Join us for the latest in our webinar series where ManpowerGroup Ireland will be discussing the latest data from our recently released Employment Outlook Report for Q2 2022 which was featured on RTE News, Today FM, The Irish Times and many other news outlets.
ManpowerGroup stands with Ukraine, with Ukrainian People everywhere, and for peace. Our people’s safety and wellbeing is always our highest priority. Our teams on the ground, in neighbouring countries, and all across the world are providing extraordinary support through donations to aid humanitarian relief efforts, volunteering, job support and more.
2022 has the potential to be one of the most transformative years in recent history. From workers taking more control of their professional lives, to the seemingly never-ending struggle of employers to recruit and retain talent, to the rapid acceleration of digital adoption, to businesses realising they need to become more sophisticated.
It’s important that organisations are inclusive to all talent pools, including neurodiversity talent, at all times and especially in a competitive climate. Our panel of experts discuss the importance of attracting a diverse pool in order to bridge those gaps in talent.
Employers in Ireland report the Highest Ever Hiring Intentions since the survey began in 2006, according to the latest ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook Report. In the first quarter of 2022, employers plan to expand headcounts significantly, driving the national hiring Outlook up to +47.
The Total Workforce Index™ (TWI) provides a vital edge in the race for talent focusing short, medium, and long-term investments on labour markets with the most potential in sectors or skill sets that will shape the post-pandemic world.