Female Participation in the Workforce Reaches New Milestone
Mexico has reached a historic milestone regarding women's workforce participation, peaking at 46.7% in November, according to the latest figures from the National Occupation and Employment Survey (ENOE). Meanwhile, industry experts consider the development of a company culture where talent grows a sense of ownership, built on making necessary mistakes and successfully scaling a team.
In international news, Ford plans to cut 3,800 jobs in product development and administration areas in Europe to grow development operations in the Americas.
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Female Participation in the Workforce Reaches Historic Milestone
Despite being disproportionately sidelined from the workforce during the COVID-19 pandemic, women’s workforce participation peaked in 2022, according to data from the National Occupation and Employment Survey (ENOE).
Nourishing a Team Culture Where Everyone Gives Their All
Although it may be difficult to make others care about the company as much as the owners, creating a trusting environment that rewards hard work and giving team members challenging tasks can help foster a sense of ownership and belonging, which results in better performance, says Christian Jacobsen, CEO and Co-Founder, Crema.
Lilliana Méndez, COO, WeWork, discusses the changing landscape of work in the hybrid era and emphasizes the importance of adapting to new work models and hiring based on competencies and passions for transforming the future of work.
Are You Scaling Up? Then You’d Better Design a Good Onboarding
Team members who receive an effective onboarding are more likely to feel highly committed to their organization, integrate better into the company culture and make better contributions in a shorter period of time, says independent Contractor, Lorena Ruiz.
Ford to Cut 3,800 Jobs in Europe Amid Electromobility Transition
US automaker Ford plans to cut 3,800 jobs in product development and administration areas in Europe, as a part of a relocalization strategy that aims to reduce costs in the region and focus engineering know-how in the US to respond to growing EV demand in the US.