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07 October, 2014 | (01 hr)
Labor shortages are looming and corporate profits are likely to be squeezed by both rising labor costs and modest revenue growth as a result. Will you be impacted? The Conference Board has created a pioneering new index that pinpoints which industries and occupations are most at risk from among 464 occupations in 266 industries.
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. Join us as we discuss not just the when and where of labor shortages, but the implications and how you can be best prepared.
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 is for the second chapter of The Conference Board KBI report, Declining Unemployment and Evolving Talent Shortages. Our target audience is C-suite executives and their teams as we discuss which occupations and industries are at the highest risk of labor shortages in the US so as to encourage active planning to mitigate risk associated with these shortages.
Bart van Ark
Bart van Ark is executive vice president, chief economist & chief strategy officer of The Conference Board. He leads a team of almost two dozen economists in New York, Brussels and Beijing who produce a range of widely watched economic indicators and growth forecasts and in-depth global econo...Full Bio
Gad Levanon, Ph.D.
Gad Levanon serves as chief economist, North America at The Conference Board. He oversees the labor market program, the U.S forecasting program, and the Help Wanted OnLine© program.
Levanon create...Full Bio