for the year 2023 The Mexican labor panorama will move towards practices and policies in terms of workers’ welfare, such as Analysis of reduction in working hours, mental health, flexibility and re-optimization of skills and profiles, assured the director of People and Culture Day Manpowergroup LATAM, Martha Barroso.
“All employers are experiencing a hiring reset as people seek job opportunities that prioritize wellbeing with flexibility, competitive wages, good working conditions and skills development.” Indian.
according to the study of Manpower Group “Great Feeling” Relaxation in the demands of the workforce and flexibility in favor of mental health care have become a central part.
45 percent employees wants flexible hours 36 percent expect more rest days, Like vacation days can be extended.
“In the medium and long term we see welfare policies being regulated either by internal promotions in companies or by executives, as was the extension of leave periods, and a growing interest in reducing working hours”. couple Martha Barroso.
He speculated that a Growing demand for action on ways to prevent burnout, Build resilience and enhance mental health; factors for 49 percent employees If they were not satisfied, they would change jobs, detailed study.
At the same time, manpower group found that employers, Plan to increase wages by more than 30 percent, to attract and retain talent; while One in five recruiters plan to offer more benefits, such as additional vacations.
“We believe that flexibility is the lasting legacy of the pandemic. Employees are rightly demanding more choice about when, where and how they should do their work. Companies need to listen, learn and adapt to what their colleagues want. is required.pointed to the direction of Manpower Group.