How can you use the results to create the workforce of the future.
This study seeks to analyze and demonstrate the evolution of the chemical and pharmaceutical industry with regards to the labor market and skills in four selected key market regions: Germany, Europe, USA and China.
The main objective of the report is to highlight future trends and resulting changes in skill requirements:
- Access and share relevant data insights on a common basis and language.
- Develop a better awareness of industry trends and their impact on the workforce.
- Get a clear understanding of the current and future challenges regarding the job profiles and skills required by the chemical and pharmaceutical industry.
- Match the external data provided in this report with available internal data to make more informed, data-driven strategic workforce planning decisions.
Use cases and proposed actions
For whom is this report written?
Maria uses this report to increase her awareness of current technological and organizational trends in the industry and resulting skill requirements. In doing so, she seeks to strengthen her company’s own competitive position vis-à-vis other market players. The report represents an important component for Maria in shaping the business and HR strategy.
In addition, the insights can be used to redefine the organization of the future:
Michael observes that skill requirements in his workforce are changing rapidly. As an HR leader, he sees himself in a critical role to address this issue. Michael uses the facts and insights from this report to address talent development and management in an evidence-based way. This analytical report helps him continuously upskill the workforce, identify key talent segments and gaps, and future-proof HR operations.
You too can use the report to align the skills in your company with future requirements:
In addition, you can use the insights of this report to evolve the workforce of the future:
Encourage employees to learn new skills and develop professionally in the process:
The future skills report chemistry can provide valuable input to formulate the HR strategy and drive strategic workforce planning in the organization. The insights can be used to bring facts and data into decisions around the following strategic workforce planning topics:
Jessica observes that skill requirements in the workforce are changing rapidly. She sees her role as a works coucil as critical to addressing this issue. Jessica uses the facts and figures from this report to help shape talent development and management. This analytical report helps her identify key talent segments and gaps. As a result, she can be more specific in workforce planning and continuous workforce development, and secure long-term employment.
Thomas and his colleagues use the report to learn about trends in occupations and skills. They use the detailed future job profiles to gain insight into which skills are relevant in the chemical and pharmaceutical industry today and are very likely to be relevant tomorrow.
We propose that the insights of the data should be jointly discussed together with supervisors, representatives of the HR department, persons of trust and/or works councils.