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11 September, 2014 | (01 hr)
For years, you have been hearing about the looming labor shortages that will occur as a result of the retirement of baby boomers. We find that most thought leaders do not sufficiently emphasize what a significant effect the impending workforce crunch could have on your company’s bottom line as corporate profits are squeezed by both rising labor costs and modest revenue growth.
To help you navigate this new terrain, The Conference Board is releasing a major report that highlights when and where we expect the highest risk of labor shortages. Join us as we discuss which countries are more likely to experience labor shortages both at present and in the coming decade.
All registrants will receive a complimentary copy of the report, From Not Enough Jobs to Not Enough Workers: What Retiring Baby Boomers and the Coming Labor Shortage Mean for Your Company. For more resources on this topic, please visit: https://www.conference-board.org/laborshortages/
Who Should Attend: This webcast reflects the first chapter of the report Declining Unemployment and Evolving Talent Shortages. It will be of keen interest to C-suite executives and their teams, as we explain the when and where of the looming labor shortages to encourage active strategic planning.
Bart van Ark
Bart van Ark is executive vice president and global chief economist of The Conference Board, a global business research think tank headquartered in New York...Full Bio
Bert Colijn is a senior economist that focuses on the European market. He works on the European Commission FP7 project NEUJOBS, focusing on productivity and economic growth in Europe in 2025. Besides this, he works on developing European indicators and analysis of the European economies.
Gad Levanon, Ph.D.
Gad Levanon is chief economist, North America for The Conference Board, where he oversees the labor market, US forecasting, and Help Wanted OnLine© programs. His research focuses on trends in US and global labor markets, the US economy, and forecasting using economic indicat...Full Bio