Updated 04/08/2021 12:56
The companies that make up this knowledge-based ecosystem face all kinds of challenges and lately they face
unexpected but tough competition.
Not between firms but
between organizations and individual talents who go out on their own to hunt business.
This Thursday, Luis Galeazzi, president of Argencon, which brings together companies, said it very clearly: "Companies have been able to develop
hundreds of thousands of high-quality professionals
who are recognized throughout the world and are the training environment par excellence where knowledge is enhanced by teamwork, under the supervision of expert leaders, "he released to mark differences with the new phenomenon they are encountering and which
raises the price of talent
"We have a high endemic cost,
higher than that of our international competition,"
Galeazzi said, noting that many of them are
going to work for companies that compete with Argentine firms abroad
"It is already a market loss problem."
This industry, which initially had the software law and recently the Knowledge economy law, became the
third largest exporter in Argentina
with US $ 5,650 million in 2020 and 420,000 jobs.
This volume of exports reflects, however, a drop from the peak of US $ 6.5 billion.
We have been falling for ten consecutive quarters," they
Another reproach of the companies is that these free talents were trained in the organizations themselves and
then took flight.
It is a trend that is repeated in other sectors with
young people who do not support corporate life
In the industry they highlight a kind of
The companies have employer charges, taxes, pay export duties. All aggravated by the exchange gap oscillating between 40 and 80% with a blue dollar of $ 140 versus the official one at $ 92," Galeazzi insisted.
Thus they speak of a
parallel labor market.
They argue that to the brain drain it is added that many of the free talents
operate in the dark, leveraged on “freelance platforms”
that provide the necessary instruments: the search for clients, the means of payment, contracts, offers and intermediation in the market. payment of services.
100 individuals temporarily hired for projects
do not have the same productive and creative capacity
as a company of 100 professionals acting organically within the permanent framework of continuous jobs," they said in a meeting with the press.
And they added that the training chain is broken.
"Individual work does not generate school," they
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