Implications for the Labor Market and Talent Management Strategies
12 July, 2010 | (01 hr)
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China’s economy has entered a new phase of expansion, and businesses are once again planning what their next initiatives in the world’s fastest growing economy will be. What hiring conditions can they expect to find there, and how are these conditions likely to change over the medium and long term?
The webcast provided insights for executives that help them internalize the larger labor market conditions with regard to their company’s business and bottom line. We will segment the talent pools for workers at various skill and experience levels, and discuss how the market is likely to develop as China’s market economy matures further. Discussion will focus on The Conference Board’s labor and demographic projections for China and draw connections between the data and the business challenges that our members face
- The current labor market data on China
- Long term prospects for labor markets in key skill and experience levels
- Availability of talent by skill and experience levels
Audience: This webcast is designed for human resources and talent management professionals responsible for recruiting, hiring, workforce planning, development or compensation & benefits. Executives and business leaders responsible for strategic level personnel decisions will also find it useful.
Christopher Woock is a former Researcher in the Human Capital Program and a former labor economist at The Conference Board. His research explores the links between human capital and business performance, including assessing the implications of lab... Full Bio
William (Bill) Adams is assistant vice president and senior international economist for The PNC Financial Services Group. His responsibilities include forecasting economic conditions and exchange rates, covering emerging Asia, the European Union, ... Full Bio