Skills as the new currency of work – Career Frameworks
Investing in workforce upskilling and reskilling is now the number one people priority for the C-Suite, with over half of CEOs and CFOs believe their current talent model is insufficient to support future business requirements. To address these issues, leading firms are reimagining how careers are built, with Career Frameworks providing the foundation for delivering integrated change.
In this series, Mercer explored the benefits of a Career Framework – focused on creating visibility to available jobs, required competences and skills – to explore how Career Frameworks are helping organisations redefine career pathways and evolve their ways of working.
In a three part series, we explored:
Part 1: The Strategic opportunities of a Career Framework
Our speakers will explore the drivers that have accelerated change and the role Career Frameworks play in enabling businesses to address their talent challenges and engage with the skills and interests of current and future employees.
Speakers: Mark McGowan, Maura Jarvis and Katerina Psychopaida
Part 2: Building a compelling Career Framework value case
We’ll look at the use cases for Career Frameworks and the value change can bring across a range of stakeholder groups, including how Career Frameworks support key people issues including workforce planning, career and talent management, reskilling and reward.
Speakers: Mark McGowan, Maura Jarvis and David Wreford
Part 3: Driving value with strategic segmentation
Our speakers will discuss how a new operating system for work is emerging and the opportunities this presents to redefine traditional approaches to workforce segmentation to deliver better outcomes for employers and employees.
Speakers: Mark McGowan, Maura Jarvis and Lisa Trewhitt