New world. New skills.
Changes in the work environment, accelerated digitalization, ecological impacts, and the integration of new generations within companies, are major challenges that we must successfully meet in order to accompany the transformation of our economy and our society.
The purpose of this Observatory is to carry out a social watch.
This monitoring function is a continuous process that is nourished by: the collection of data, the construction of indicators and shared analysis.
To inform Mauritians about trends
and salaries of the job market
To make young people aware of the professions
in shortage & to help them find their career path
- Identify the most in-demand skills
To provide leaders with food for thought
thanks to continuous statistics
Employers, employees, freelancers, students, expatriates and Mauritian diaspora:
Your voice matters!
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of jobs will change radically in most companies.PWC workforce of the futur survey 2017
of employers are concerned about the availability of key skillsPWC CEO survey 2019
of employees are under- or over-qualified for their jobs in OECD countriesOECD skills mismatch 2019
of people are worried that automation and other innovations will eliminate their jobsPWC 2019
L’avis des professionnels
Amedee Darga Consultant, Straconsult
« We need a better level of human capital for the country. Public sector, private sector, teachers and parents must contribute to produce it through better education and training. »
Christiane Pasnin Regional Project Coordinator, Caritas Nord & La Caz Lespwar
« Je crois fermement que la formation et l'écoute doivent faire partie d'une stratégie inclusive, pour nous permettre de rebondir rapidement de cette situation de crise, afin que personne ne soit laissé pour compte dans le processus de redressement du pays. »
Rodolphe Grimal Managing Director, Unique Concept Ltd
« I think that we should give priority to apprenticeships in companies from a very young age, i.e. set up a school/company alternate as early as possible. In my opinion, this is the key to integration into the professional world and to fulfillment in one's work! »
Olivier Ah Koon General Manager, Alu Systèmes Ltée
« The benefits associated with a successful skills policy are as great as the costs resulting from its failure! »
Robert Desvaux Managing Director, AEL DDS Ltd
« L’élément qui reste incontournable pour dynamiser sa carrière est la formation continue. »
Aisha Timol Chairperson, Cim Financial Services Ltd
« S’engager professionellement ou se réinventer pour s’adapter nécessite une prise de conscience de soi-même, de ses compétences intrinsèques ou acquises et des possibilités d’acquérir une formation juste et valorisante »
OSEM is the first Observatory skills and employability in Mauritius. Its ambition: to help you, individuals and companies, to better understand the job market.