In the year 2030, the combination of changes in labor force participation, technological advancements and evolving consumer demands will alter how employers staff their companies. Employers in manufacturing, robotics & automation, distribution & logistics and facilities maintenance will be particularly vulnerable to changes in the labor market. These businesses will need to reprioritize the skills they hire for, adapt to advances in robotics and devise new retention strategies.
Part three of this white paper series explores how changing worker attitudes will play an important role in the shaping of the workplace in 2030. We also highlight how diversity and corporate responsibility initiatives will become key to retaining the next generation of workers.
Download a complimentary copy of the report to learn about:
- How expectations employers and employees have for one another are evolving
- How to create a strong employee value proposition through diversity initiatives
David "DJ" Jordan
Director of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DE&I)
Director of Strategic Accounts