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We're in the midst of a Skills Revolution. Technology is transforming organisations and skills needs are changing rapidly. This is accelerating a global talent shortage and threatening productivity, sustainability and growth. Now more than ever, technical skills are hard to find and soft skills are hard to train. New thinking is required to attain a successful outcome for organisations and individuals alike. Leverage ManpowerGroup research, tools and insights to overcome your most difficult workforce challenges, and create a talent strategy for the digital age.

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Do You Know How To Acquire Tech And Human Skills?

Most employers plan to increase or maintain headcount as a result of digitisation. However, organisational success depends on employers helping people develop the new skills they need to integrate with machines.

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Is Your Organisation Prepared For Digital Transformation?

Digital transformation will affect your organisation's strategy, culture, processes and innovations. Find out how far your organisation has progressed on the path to digital maturity with our online assessment.

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Where Should You Build Your Workforce In The Digital Age?

Technology is creating countless new ways to get work done. Faced with constant change, organisations must create the right workforce strategy around sourcing, developing and upskilling talent around the world.

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Integrating Humans with Machines


Digitisation is here to stay, so it's time to focus on how we integrate humans with machines. In the future of work, employees will need to develop new skills; businesses will need to embrace new ways of structuring work; and leaders will need new talent strategies, so they can each capture opportunities in a transforming world.

The jobs of today look different to yesterday, and they will look different again tomorrow. But with data-led insights and strategic workforce planning, organisations can evolve their workforce to meet the challenges that the future will hold. Take a look below at a selection of our latest insights into the Future of Work and Skills.

Humans Wanted: Robots Need You

Robots are being added to the workforce – but humans are too. More employers than ever plan to increase or maintain headcount as a result of automation. Yet talent shortages are at a 12-year high, and companies are realising they can no longer expect to find just-in-time talent on tap.

We interviewed 19,000 employers about the impact of technology on their talent strategy. 38% of organisations say it's difficult to train technology skills; while 43% said it's even harder to teach the soft skills they need, like communication and analytical thinking.  What’s more, 79% of employers plan to buy the skills they need, either paying higher market prices or improving compensation for existing staff.

Read our whitepaper Humans Wanted: Robots Need You to learn more about the talent strategies that will ensure your business can integrate humans with machines and thrive in the digital age. 

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Digital Evolution Pathway

There is no one-size-fits-all process for managing digital transformation. Your business strategy, culture, processes and technologies will evolve at different paces and different levels of maturity.

Whether you're just beginning your digital journey, or you've been making progress for some time, our Digital Evolution Pathway assessment will identify areas for improvement in your transformation strategy. This short, online test will help you to benchmark your progress to date, and develop a plan to drive short and long term return on digital investments. It allows you to measure how far you have progressed in evolving your strategy, culture, processes and technology – the four critical components of any change initiative.

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The Total Workforce Index

The emergence of new skills and new talent pools, together with fresh ways of working and getting work done, mean companies have more options than ever when identifying where and how to build their workforce.

With the right talent analytics, companies can make better and faster choices about where to locate their workforce, with greater market transparency.

That's where our Total Workforce Index can help - measuring how easy it is to source, hire and retain a workforce in different labour markets around the world. Drawing on an analysis of 90 data points across 75 countries, the index ranks countries where skills, productivity and labour laws make it most favourable to do business. The report turns complexity into opportunity, enabling businesses to execute a precise talent strategy that’s aligned to the needs of the digital age.

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How ManpowerGroup Can Help Your Business


ManpowerGroup helps organisations to transform in a fast-changing world of work, by sourcing, assessing, developing and managing the talent that enables their business to thrive. Across Manpower, ManpowerGroup Solutions, Experis and Right Management, we deliver workforce expertise and talent-related solutions that unleash the power of people across all corners of the labour market.

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Our innovative workforce solutions increase workforce productivity, improve efficiency, and boost the bottom line of more than 400,000 organisations every year. By combining global presence and local expertise, we influence how people and companies work now and how they will work in the future. It’s about creating progress, by knowing what’s happening now and what will happen next in the world of work – and sharing it to benefit all. Learn more about our extensive world of work expertise using the links below.
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