The so-called Fourth Industrial Revolution is transforming workforces and labour markets globally in ways we are yet to see and fully understand, and the relationship between education and the future of jobs is becoming more important than ever.
When we start thinking about the implications of recent technological developments on all aspects of our lives, we begin to question the ways current models of learning and education delivery are preparing today’s youth for the reality of future work environments.
How Latin America’s future human capital will handle the career challenges of tomorrow will be revealed by the next speaker within the upcoming ETN Talks: LATAM series. We are delighted to present you with Mr. Andrés Cardemil Oliva.
Andrés Cardemil Oliva is a senior analyst on the Chilean and Latin American labour markets and the founder and CEO of HumanNet – an 800-strong human resources and business management organisation first established in Chile and since 2013 in Colombia as well. A senior HR consultant for over 18 years and an entrepreneur for over a decade, Andrés has a degree in sociology and extensive experience in strategic planning, human resources consulting, headhunting, competency assessment, outplacement and the overall development of human capital.
Is there an ideal job for the young? Can work make our dreams come true?
Meet me in Santiago, Chile this autumn to have a relaxed and informed discussion on:
- the current state of the global labour market
- the ways labour relationships will evolve over the next decade
- how companies cope with the increasing demand for new talent, skills and abilities in a constantly changing world
- the level of flexibility required in almost every business and its impact on both employers and employees
- the new challenges for young professionals on an increasingly competitive landscape
- new values emerging from the current social media explosion
- possibilities to find happiness and freedom alongside a challenging and high-performing career
So many questions arise when we encourage the day-to-day necessity to be updated. Some answers come quickly if we find out and decide what change we want to see in ourselves.
Andrés will be speaking about the current employment trends and job readiness of Chilean and LATAM youth as well as possible strategies for better work performance and more enjoyable job experience at the ETN Focus Workshop on 26-27 September in Santiago, Chile.