Index hide2 It is estimated that within the national territory there are just over 2.1 million Mexicans unemployed and in formal search for a job.3 Derived from the official distancing, workers have begun to worry more about mental health within the work environment.
In Mexico, only 57.7 million people are in the regulated labor force.
It is estimated that within the national territory there are just over 2.1 million Mexicans unemployed and in formal search for a job.
Derived from the official distancing, workers have begun to worry more about mental health within the work environment.
Within the current context derived from the global health crisis, the workforce has begun to prioritize certain aspects, such as mental health and the benefits offered by employers, due to the fact that the worker has begun to be prioritized over job opportunities. , That is why these are some of the skills necessary to attract talent to companies.
Within the national territory, it is estimated that currently the Economically Active Population (PEA), exceeds 57.7 million people, this according to the ENOE, a figure that shows the significant number of regulated workers compared to the little more than 2.1 million unemployed Mexicans, who are looking for a job opportunity, despite the just over 7.9 million economically inactive peoplebut who show availability to work, a figure that reveals a problem due to the current work culture.
An important part of the growing base of unregulated employees is due to the various problems generated by a poor work culture, a situation that is evident within firms with constant staff turnover and high levels of burnoutthis within organizations of any size, therefore, promoting strategies such as the optimization of operating processes to create the best experiences for employeesis essential within the new work normality.
Skills needed to attract talent to companies
For companies, promoting strategies that allow the retention and recruitment of talent is essential, for this reason strategies such as: increased benefits, labor flexibility, more and better training programs, as indicated oxford economics and business unit SAPwho after interviewing just over 1,000 employees, concluded that:
- 72 percent of employees say they perform better if they can choose when and where to work
- 32 percent of them say that their organization attracts employees who prefer remote or hybrid work.
- 72 percent of Mexican employees say that a competitive salary is the most important factor for a positive experience, however, executives say that the most important factor is their confidence in their development and career path.
- 60 percent of employees say the pandemic caused most to reassess what they find important in the workplace.
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