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In the latest edition of our Skills Revolution series, "Skills Revolution Reboot: The Three R’s-Renew, Reskill, Redeploy" we asked 26,000+ employers in more than 25 countries:

  • How is the COVID-19 crisis impacting digitization and automation plans?
  • Which job functions, industries and geographies are likely to be impacted most?
  • How are HR priorities shifting as a result of the crisis?
  • How are HR leaders thinking about current and future upskilling plans?

The report highlights key trends of the impact of COVID-19 on digitization and the future of jobs, importance of soft skills development, innovative workforce solutions for the new skills revolution, and finally a roadmap for organizations to follow in the new "work" order which ensures their workforce is set-up for success.


VIDEO:
The Future of Work Will Never Be the Same

From a global pandemic and massive workforce transformation to the rise of a social justice movement, the year of 2020 has made one thing clear: the world of work will never be the same. But together, we can make it better.

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ASSESSMENT:
Skills InSight

This 10 minute assessment and cognitive game will provide you with unique, customized insight on your likelihood to succeed in a role based on these three measures: likability, ability and drive.

TAKE THE ASSESSMENT

VIRTUAL DAVOS EVENT:
Reskilling the Global Workforce

The World Economic Forum @ Davos goes virtual this year with the "Davos Agenda," where ManpowerGroup will lead the conversation on reskilling and upskilling for the future of work. Join Chairman & CEO Jonas Prising and Secretary General of the OECD Angel Gurría on January 28 at 16:15 for a livestreamed discussion to learn more.

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PRESS RELEASE:
New ManpowerGroup Research Calls for a Global Skills Revolution Reboot

The Skills Revolution Reboot (5.0): The Three Rs – Renew, Reskill, Redeploy reveals that more jobs are being created than lost as a result of digitization and automation, and highlights the need for employers to stay ahead of the emerging skillsets required to prosper post-pandemic.

READ THE PRESS RELEASE