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    Online conference "ANCOR Pro Business: Employee Expectations, Labor Market Changes and the Future" - what we don't know about the labor market?

    Online conference "ANCOR Pro Business: Employee Expectations, Labor Market Changes and the Future" - what we don't know about the labor market?
    On 2021 September 24th, during the live broadcast of the online conference "ANCOR Pro Business: Employee Expectations, Labor Market Changes and the Future", Aušra Bendikaitė, Head of ANCOR for the Baltic States presented and discussed „Randstad“ 2021 global employer brand research results. While reffering to the survey, Ausra mentioned main global trends, challenges and changes when it comes to Lithuanian and global labor market. Special interest was drawn to to the situation of unqualified and blue collar workers. In the discussion, besides Aušra Bendikaitė, the following speakers shared their experience:

    • Agnė Anaitė, Head of the Personnel Department of “Venipak”

    • Kristina Noreikienė, People and Organization Development Manager, “Trukmė”

    • Nomeda Butėnaitė, Personnel Manager of MTTC

    In the global labor market, although trends remain the same, the prolonged pandemic situation has led to employees being more attentive to the employer's financial health and ability to manage crisis situation during pandemic when choosing the workplace. The following criteria became the most important when choosing an employer: attractive salary (62%), work-life balance (58%), occupational safety (56%), pleasant work atmosphere (55%), career opportunities (49%). However, it is observed that the needs and expectations of employees vary depending on their qualifications.

    "Although unskilled and narrowly specialized employees have identified salary as the most important aspect when choosing an employer, unlike highly qualified specialists, most of them identify job security and a pleasant work atmosphere as the most important priorities after salary. Given that these people tend to work on an hourly basis and are much more likely to work in kind of jobs where direct contact is unavoidable, it is natural that it is important for them to feel safe and comfortable at work and to know that their employer will be able to take good care of their health. ”- Aušra Bendikaitė, Head of ANCOR in the Baltic States, comments on the results of the Randstad survey.

    The „Randstad „2021 Global Employer Brand Research is an annual survey that has been conducted for more than 20 years now to provide a better understanding of employees' expectations and priorities as well as today's job market trends. This year, the „Randstad“ research involved 190,000 respondents from 34 countries, covering as much as 80% of the global economy. 2022 Lithuania will become the 35th country included in the study and will present the results of the study in Lithuania.

    Do these trends correspond to the Lithuanian labor market? What do the representatives of Lithuanian companies can say about Lithuanian labor market? How to motivate unqualified workers?

    You can find the answers to all of these questions by reviewing this online event post:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cctbz3Ztp3o&t=81s

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