A new report from the human capital specialist ManpowerGroup noted that so far in 2022, three out of four companies globally suffer from a talent shortage and have difficulty hiring employees. The 75% indicator is the highest in the last 16 years, after being at 69% in 2021 and 54% in 2019.
And it is that although unemployment levels remain high in many countries of the world and Latin America, the Talent Shortage Survey indicates that the demand for specific skills is at "historic highs" while labor participation stagnates.
“Large companies (more than 250 employees) are the ones that struggle . . .