No matter the reason, rebuilding employment is one of the most important things for companies. This increases work flow, revenue and brand reputation.
The International Labour Organization has projected that global working hours could reduce by nearly 7 percent during this second quarter of 2020. That is equivalent to 195 million full-time jobs. Less jobs equals an economic crisis as well. When individuals are making less there is less income to take care of families, health care access is taken away and the economic crisis worsens because people are spending less.
Organizations might use this time to do work, but also look at the long run in rebuilding employment. What new opportunities has this time opened? Is there a new sector that can be built?
Companies must adapt to new opportunities. This is the same idea for speakers. Their old mindsets might work in certain situations, but what new keynote topics can they expand to? What has their personal experience brought into their public view? Rebuilding employment begins by adapting and refocusing entrepreneurial beliefs for organizations.
Each company will have their own rebuilding plan, but there are a few things to keep in mind.
Politico shares ideas on ways to save jobs and create shared work in order to start rebuilding the economy now.
Forbes breaks down how to start rebuilding the economy even amidst the Coronavirus crisis.
McKinsey & Company takes a look at how to reimagine jobs and help build smart solutions to get people back to work.
Eagles Talent is here to help speakers get back on physical and virtual stages. If you are looking for a speaker that can help you look at rebuilding employment, then we are here to help. Contact us to hear our recommendations and talk through what you need for your organization’s theme.
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