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美国雇主点评机构Glassdoor发布“2019年度就业市场趋势报告”

2018-12-20 15:09:05来源:HRoot

 根据Glassdoor近日发布的“年度就业市场趋势报告”,低失业率、对技术如何塑造未来工作的担忧,以及一系列赋予员工权力的运动的兴起,是塑造全球工作场所的最主要趋势。

Glassdoor首席经济学家Andrew Chamberlain表示:“经过9年的稳步增长,2018年的就业市场对一代人来说是增长表现最强劲的年份之一。然而,职场永远在变化。随着求职者利用自己占据优势的市场地位,以及员工主张产生的影响,我们正在目睹一场权力转移。此外,随着技术的成熟,它正在改变我们的工作方式和工作类型。”

Andrew Chamberlain提出的2019年的五个趋势包括:

不断增长的数据池意味着新的求职方式:机器学习正在改变求职者找工作的方式。找工作不再是大量在线工作的搜索,而是一个更加定制化和个性化的体验。

对非技术员工的需求将增加:随着科技行业的成熟,雇主将寻求聘请强大的销售和营销团队,将技术成果转化为营收。Glassdoor的研究表明,这一趋势正在进行当中。2018年,Glassdoor上所有科技公司的招聘岗位中,有近一半(43%)是非技术岗位。

劳动力老龄化可能意味着人才短缺:目前寻找顶尖人才面临的挑战不太可能很快得到改善。美国人口普查显示,到2035年,美国历史上第一次退休人口数量可能将首次超过18岁以下儿童。

求职者和雇主为经济衰退做好准备:经济衰退对雇主和招聘来说意味着什么?经济衰退即将到来的迹象是什么?该报告提供了值得关注的迹象,例如美联储的活动,国债和房地产市场等。

多元化和包容性工作必须引起人们的关注:在未来一年,Glassdoor的经济研究强调,需要解决系统性的企业文化问题,这些问题首先会让职场失去对女性的吸引力,也会缺乏对少数群体的关注。该报告讨论了对劳动力多元化项目的必要投资,这些项目将产生持久的影响,并营造出一种让员工感受到强烈归属感的环境。

GLASSDOOR CHIEF ECONOMIST SEES POWER SHIFT IN 2019; EMPLOYEES MAKE IMPACT

(Dec.19, 2018, /staffingindustry.com/)Low unemployment, a rise in concern over how technology is shaping the future of work, and a series of movements giving power to the people are among the top trends shaping workplaces worldwide, according to Glassdoor’s annual Job Market Trends Report.

“After nine years of steady growth, 2018 saw one of the strongest job markets in a generation,” said Glassdoor Chief Economist Andrew Chamberlain. “However, the world of work is forever changing. We’re witnessing a power shift as job seekers leverage their market position and employees make an impact with their voice. Plus, as technology matures, it’s changing how we work and the variety of jobs available.”

Chamberlain’s five jobs trends to watch for in 2019 are:

Growing data pools will mean new job search methods: Machine learning is changing the way job seekers discover relevant jobs. No longer will it be about a blast of online jobs but instead a more custom and personalized experience.

Demand for nontech workers will increase: As the tech industry matures, employers will look to hire robust sales and marketing teams to transform technology into revenue. Glassdoor research shows this trend is well underway. In 2018, nearly half of all open jobs at tech employers on Glassdoor, 43%, were for nontechnical roles.

Aging workforce likely to mean talent shortages: The existing challenges of finding top talent today are unlikely to improve soon. For the first time in US history, there will likely be more retirees in America than children under age 18 by 2035, US Census shows.

Job seekers and employers brace for recession: What will a recession mean for employers and hiring, and what are the signs of a coming downturn? The report gives insight on signs to watch, such as activity from the Federal Reserve, treasury bonds and the housing market.

Diversity and inclusion efforts must walk the talk: In the year ahead, Glassdoor Economic Research highlights the need to address systemic corporate cultural problems that make workplaces unappealing to women and underrepresented minority groups in the first place. The report discusses needed investments in workforce diversity programs that have a lasting impact and foster an environment in which employees feel a strong sense of belonging.

【编辑】谢甜甜