Date: Tuesday, April 26, 2022
Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT
Location: Zoom Webinar (Group Internet Based)
As the U.S. economy finds its footing in 2022, it's clear that traditional workplace models are being swept aside by the new realities of hybrid work and radically transformed employee expectations. As new trends take shape, one of the best listening posts for identifying them is LinkedIn, where 740 million members worldwide are constantly updating their profiles, changing their career goals and providing real-time updates on both their behavior and their attitudes. Each week, through his "Workforce Insights" newsletter, LinkedIn senior editor at large George Anders shares specific, data-driven findings about the labor-market trends that LinkedIn is seeing, and the ways they will redefine your challenges and opportunities. In this session, he will share a wide assortment of LinkedIn's findings for this new era of work.
After completing this course you will be able to:
- See how remote and hybrid-workplace adoption varies by industry
- Identify major ways that various age groups -- particularly Gen Z and millennials are establishing workplace habits and expectations that differ from what's "average."
- Discuss the changing "Geography of Jobs," as a new set of regional hotspots is taking shape
- Analyze the latest preferences in organizational leadership, as seen by the C-suite titles that are growing most rapidly
- Recognize three factors that are making it increasingly hard for employers to attract the talent they want, on a timely basis.
Presenter: George Anders, Pulitzer Prize Winning Journalist, Senior Editor at large – LinkedIn
George Anders is a senior editor at large at LinkedIn, where he covers the future of work and writes the weekly Workforce Insights newsletter. Working in partnership with LinkedIn’s 300 data scientists, George publishes regular insights on topics such as career pivots, in-demand job titles and the future of remote work.
George also is the author of five business books, including the 2017 title You Can Do Anything: The Surprising Power of a Useless Liberal Arts Education. He started his career as a journalist at The Wall Street Journal, where he shared in the Pulitzer Prize for national reporting. Over the years, he also has been part of the core writing team at Fast Company magazine, Forbes and Bloomberg View. His 2003 book about Hewlett-Packard, Perfect Enough, was a New York Times bestseller.
Knowledge Level: Overview
Field of Study: Economics, Personnel/Human Resources
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Advanced Preparation: No
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