Vincent Belliveau (Chief International Officer)
From the financial crisis of 2008, Brexit, COVID and this year the war in Ukraine – the business world has had its fair share of shifting moments during my tenure at Cornerstone.
Vincent Belliveau, Chief International Officer at Cornerstone
If you are an employer with a predominantly hourly workforce, the past two years have been painful. As recently as December 2021, 4.3 million Americans left their jobs, down slightly from the record 4.5 million in November, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).
The BTN was recently delighted to partner again with Allegis Global Solutions (AGS), the global leader in workforce solutions, for an exclusive virtual roundtable event. The session brought together senior business and HR leaders with the chance to hear fresh perspectives and ways to approach the increasing pressures companies face as they adjust to a changing workforce, whilst engaging with some of the best minds in the industry through an interactive discussion.
As organisations continue to transform to meet the tectonic shifts of the past two years, they are realising an urgent need to help their people develop new and different skills, improve their workforce readiness, and create significant changes to how work gets done.
Using the power of internal mobility and upskilling to create, attract and retain talent
Even before the pandemic struck, savvy HR teams were examining how to re-engineer their organisations to help them better survive in an increasingly volatile, unpredictable, and fast-changing world.
The world economic forums 2020 future of jobs reports that were released last year states that...
"85 million jobs will be displaced by automation, but 97 million are likely to be created"
Preview from the upcoming 2022 e-book, The Universal Workforce Model: An Outcome-First Guide to Getting Work Done
More than ever, business growth and success depend on the ability to align resources with outcomes. And when it comes to workforce alignment, all issues are on the table: from remote work to in-demand skills, rebuilding teams, and evolving the organization. So, ask yourself, “What is the most efficient and effective way to get work done?”
Research shows we are conditioned to think negatively 70% of the time – largely in ways that express our fears; something we don’t want or are actively trying to avoid.
As we leap further into an uncertain world – forever changed by jittery markets, rapid digital transformation, disruption, hyper-competitive marketplaces, shifting cultural landscapes, and the end of the ‘job for life’ – it’s only natural to be daunted by our own position in the evolving workplace.