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New SIFO survey: Insecurity characterizes managers' prospects

New SIFO survey: Insecurity characterizes managers' prospects

The majority of Swedish managers, 61 percent find it difficult to get the right manpower. There is increasing concern about the future. According to a survey among 400 managers in private and public sectors as TNS SIFO made on behalf of Proffice.

The study was conducted between 30 January and 1 February by TNS SIFO's Web panel. It shows that over a third of managers believe that training does not meet the needs that we have out there on business.

- The need for more specialists that can be put into the job directly, increases. A felrekrytering will be expensive, both in time and money, says Carina Bj&oumlrk Fors, head of Proffice Sweden.

The study identifies different types of networks increasingly important when managers are looking for workers. It is such a personal network, and the problem is that many people believe they have not enough time to maintain.

- We see that today's managers choose channels for recruiting where it is clear that either the control over the channels themselves, or where someone else has made a selection. You do not shoot "wide with a shotgun" with no zeros in on quality channels that own networks or use the agency / recruitment agency, says Carina Bj&oumlrk Fors.

The majority of managers, 79 percent private and 87 percent in the public sector, believes that a diversity of perspectives when seeking employment among persons with foreign background in Sweden. You can also see additional potential outside of Sweden.

- It is gratifying that so many managers see a potential here. I am convinced that some of the problems of human resource management can be solved by that we do not exclude anyone because of race, age or background, says Carina Bj&oumlrk Fors.



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