Human Capital Watch™: Evolving Labor Shortages in the U.S
20 August, 2014 | (01 hr)
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Evolving labor shortages are likely to squeeze corporate profits in the next 15 years as compensation growth picks up and retention rates drop. As in the late 1990’s, many businesses may experience a decline in corporate profits despite continued growth in revenues. The impact of labor shortages will vary significantly by occupation and industry.
This webcast will explore the results of an upcoming study which will reveal the economic and business implications of the looming shortages, with a specific focus on hiring, retention, compensation and corporate profits.
Rebecca L. Ray, PhD
Executive Vice President, Knowledge Organization and Human Capital Practice Lead
The Conference Board
Rebecca Ray serves as the Executive Vice President, Knowledge Organization and Human Capital Practice Lead for The Conference Board. In this role, she has oversight of the research planning and dissemination process for all three practices areas (... Full Bio
Gad Levanon, Ph.D.
Gad Levanon is director of macroeconomic research at The Conference Board, where he also leads the labor markets program. He also serves on The Demand Institute™ leadership team.
Levanon created ... Full Bio
Amy Lui Abel, PhD
Amy Lui Abel is Managing Director of Human Capital at The Conference Board. She leads research efforts focusing on human capital analytics, leadership development, labor markets, strategic workforce planning, talent management, diversity and inclu... Full Bio