See What Others Don’t: Solutions to Labour Shortage

A fundamental issue is keeping supply chains from operating at full capacity, causing companies to turn down orders and stalling economic growth. These consequences are the result of a phenomenon that is afflicting the business world: the talent shortage.

Barriers to recruiting qualified workers are increasing and there is no sign that the situation will improve in 2022.

Overall, the number of job vacancies has increased by almost 40% in two years.

INSTITUT DE LA STATISTIQUE DU QUÉBEC, SEPTEMBER 2021

Since this is a major threat to the survival of many companies, they must, more than ever, address this issue and find innovative and bold solutions to overcome this workforce shortage. The solutions put forward will have to include all the business’s operations: taxation, labour law, financing, immigration and international mobility, mergers and acquisitions and business succession. Consult our articles to learn more about the alternative solutions proposed by our professionals.

Consult our major report on solutions to the talent shortage

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Contributing Advisors

Gilles Seguin

Partner,
BCF