|“In 2022 Q1, 36.9% of all businesses in Canada are expected to face challenges in recruiting skilled employees.”
An imminent labour shortage in key regions is set to shake up global supply chains. According to the latest research by Korn Ferry, businesses across the globe could be dealing with a labour shortage of 85.2 million skilled workers by 2030. The dent in revenues is projected to be around $8.45 trillion or the combined equivalent of the GDPs of Germany and Japan.
In this white paper we discuss:
- the labour shortage crisis from a supply chain management lens
- common methods and strategies to combat the labour shortage
- the potential of robotic process automation for purchasing and supply chain management
This white paper was co-authored by thought leader and Avetta Fellow, Brian Fielkow. He is a highly regarded business executive and author with extensive supply chain, safety, and leadership experience.