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Human Resources Challenges for Companies in Uruguay

Federico Mutttoni Article

  1. Agility is now essential: The digital and artificial intelligence revolution has completely changed the rules of talent strategy.  it allows organizations to adapt to the new world and reassign workers to roles of the future. In addition, flexibility is expected and welcomed by many workers, helping them meet their lifestyle requirements and their desire for work-life balance. Often, their views are aligned with those of employers: both benefit from the expansion of flexible work models.
  2. Planning for talent is increasingly challenging: According to the latest WEC - World Employment Confederation study, senior executives surveyed say that digital transformation and workers' desire for more flexible work practices will be the biggest challenges for talent planning in the next two years.
  3. Adapting to New Hiring Trends: Companies face the challenge of adapting to new hiring trends, which include implementing remote work arrangements and adopting skills-based hiring practices to meet changing labor market demands.
  4. Technological Skills Development: It is crucial for companies in Uruguay to develop technological skills among their employees to keep up with technological advances, improve competitiveness and ensure a skilled workforce prepared for the challenges of today's environment. 
  5. Education Gap and Labor Market Needs: There is a gap between the education provided and the real needs of the labor market. Companies must address this challenge by identifying the key skills and competencies required by employers and collaborating with educational institutions to close this gap.
  6. Managing Generational Diversity: Effectively managing generational diversity in the workplace is a major challenge. Companies need to create inclusive environments that foster collaboration and integration of different perspectives and skills from different generations.
  7. Competitiveness & Productivity through People Capabilities: Companies need to be vigilant in identifying labor market trends and competitiveness early through the capabilities and skills of their workforce. And their productivity. This implies proactive talent management and the promotion of continuous training.
  8. Market Data for Better Decisions: The use of market data, such as information on required skills, salary levels, new jobs and new ways of working, is essential for making informed and strategic human resources decisions.
  9. Change Management and Workforce Flexibility: In the face of a dynamic business environment, effective change management and workforce flexibility are critical. Companies must adapt quickly to new technologies, processes and ways of working to remain competitive and efficient.
  10. The expansion of artificial intelligence-related work: An additional group of collaborators will be required to perform most of the data work associated with artificial intelligence. AI must be trained, validated and verified. With the increase in the need for data, this area is likely to demand more.

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