Mexico strengthened the labor market by providing better access to opportunities for growth in the workplace and its ability to offer continuous learning, which is why, among the 119 participating economies, it rose from 74 to 71 in the Global Labor Index.
However, the study conducted by the Adecco Group, notes that “our country has difficulties in retaining talent, because it occupies the 77th place in this pillar, which could improve if the lifestyle changes and offers more security to its citizens.”
In a statement, it was established that according to the general ranking of the GTCI integrated by the 119 countries, Mexico obtained 73% in advances in the room area, 78% in attraction, 50% in growth, 86% in retention, 68% in technical skills and 72% in global knowledge.
“Compared to last year, we moved forward with small steps in each of the pillars, except for technical skills where we dropped nine places, from 68 to 77, and remaining in the same position in global knowledge (72),” said Gerardo Calderón, director of marketing and public relations of Adecco Mexico.
He adds that “this report allows us to understand that we live in an era of disruption, uncertainty and constant divisions as global societies, which can be addressed through the diversity of multidisciplinary talent in work organizations, which in turn allows us to help to overcome inequalities and boost innovation”.
The above article was written and published in Spanish and has been translated into English. Click here to read the original article.
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