Impending Crisis: Too Many Jobs, Too Few People - Webinar By TrainHR
Venue: Online Training
|Event Date/Time: Aug 15, 2012||End Date/Time: Aug 15, 2012|
For most organizations, employment during the past couple of years has been manageable. It's easy to contrast that period with the go-go years of the early 2000s when employee turnover was high. Attracting and holding quality workers was a real challenge, driving up costs of recruiting, training, and supervision. That tight labor market will seem like a practice session, compared to what will happen this decade!
Why Should You Attend: Most employers are in big trouble; they don't have a clue what's about to hit them. Some of the danger signs of the impending labor crisis are:
30-40% of employees indicate that as soon as they can, they would like to leave their current jobs. They've checked out psychologically and are just "warming the chairs."
In a recent study, eight out of ten of the employees surveyed said that they plan to leave their employers as soon as they feel more secure about the market. They're "corporate cocooning."
A large percentage of companies have at least one job opening that they are having trouble filling. Already there are many skilled labor shortages, "pockets of the labor crisis" we see today by geography, by industry, and (most especially) by occupation.
Areas Covered in the Session:
Explore Economic, Demographic, and Workforce trends that are once again coming together to create this Perfect Storm of a Labor Crisis
See how the Workforce Age Wave will play out in 2015; who will be in our labor market?
Find out how changing workforce attitudes will have an impact on the workplace of today and tomorrow
Understand the role of Complicating Factors like the Lack of Leadership and the Competency Deficit-and what to do about them
Learn about Short Term Strategies you must adopt now to prevent being affected by the Impending Crisis.
Who Will Benefit:
CEO, COO, CFO, President
HR professionals responsible for recruiting
Internship and Apprenticeship Managers
Joyce Gioia (joy-yah) is a Strategic Business Futurist concentrating on workforce and workplace trends. Joyce is President and CEO of The Herman Group, a firm serving a wide range corporate, trade association and governmental clients on an international basis. Through consulting, speaking, and training, Joyce helps clients position themselves for success in the future. Joyce has served clients on six continents and in 46 states.
Gioia's career includes a wide variety of industries and fields, including hard goods, soft goods, wholesale, retail, and direct marketing. After founding her first company at the tender age of 14, later at the age of 28, she was the youngest magazine publisher in the country, publishing The Complete Buyers Guide to Stereo/Hi-Fi Equipment for Service Communications Ltd.
Focusing on what will be valuable for her clients and audiences, Joyce tailors her messages to what is most needed with an emphasis on take-home value, practical tactics and strategies that can be put to work right away. To reach an even wider audience, Joyce has authored five books. These books are focused on what employers must do to attract, optimize, and hold onto their best employees. Gioia approaches Human Resources from an Internal Marketing perspective, taking external marketing concepts and strategies and applying them within the organization.
A respected professional speaker and consultant, Gioia has earned the designation Certified Management Consultant, the highest certification granted by The Institute of Management Consultants. She also earned the coveted Certified Speaking Professional designation from the National Speakers Association. Gioia contributed a regular column to various business journals, as well as Sky, Delta Airlines' award-winning in-flight magazine. She is also CEO of Employer of Choice, Inc., the organization that certifies employers as Employers of ChoiceÂ®.
Often quoted in media, like Industry Week, The Christian Science Monitor, Entrepreneur Magazine, Business Week, The Economist, The Wall Street Journal, and on National Public Radio, Gioia is recognized as one who not only knows what's coming, but can communicate that future very effectively. She has also appeared on numerous radio and television talk shows and was featured in an episode of New Attitudes on the Lifetime Cable Network. Gioia is listed in Who's Who in America, Who's Who in the East, and the International Who's Who of Business Executives.