The only change we collectively looked forward to in 2020 was that the year would eventually end. Now into the throws of 2021, the effects of unprecedented revenue and profit loss, furloughs and layoffs, and salary reductions still remain.
But amidst these concerns, company decision makers are expected to lead their team back to pre-pandemic profitability and performance levels.
Workforce planning always faces some amount of trepidation, but 2021 includes uncharted territory – so is it a surprise that confidence remains low?
Download our new flash report, Low Confidence in 2021 Workforce Planning, to learn more.
In this report, we’ll answer:
- What specific factors have influenced workers’ diminished confidence in workforce planning practices
- What approaches companies are taking to meet fluctuating worker demands
- How the mix of employees to contingent workers will continue to change