Currently, the labor market is in high demand for new employees – mainly manual workers. This is confirmed by the data presented in the Trenkwalder Polska report “Labor market through the eyes of employers”. This demand does not result from economic growth but from employee turnover.
Companies are looking for new employees and increasing employment. According to data from the report, over 70% of employers increased the number of employees by 1/10. However, the Central Statistical Office data show that despite the increase in employment, new jobs created have not ceased. This indicates employee turnover – hiring new ones instead of others. Employee turnover is becoming more common. Not only young people starting their careers decide to change their job, but also people with experience who have not previously decided on such a risk. According to a report published by Trenkwalder Polska, approximately 67% of companies in Poland plan to recruit new employees, they are both small 68%, medium 65% and large 69% companies. Employers must focus on recruiting new employees in an effective manner, but also make every effort to reduce the risk of leaving experienced employees.
In the current situation, there is a deficit of specialists with high qualifications and narrow competences. In addition, there is a mismatch between employees’ skills and the needs of enterprises. The largest shortages are noted among manual workers. Factors such as economic emigration, the demographic crisis, the increase in the number of economically inactive people and the mismatch of education to the needs of the market have caused difficulties in the labor market. Experts say that in the coming years 3-4 million employees will be lacking, and in the future by 2050 as much as 10 million.
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