Game to Work
Digital games help develop positive skills and competencies that are transferable and relevant in the workplace.
Game to Work: How Gamers are Developing the Soft Skills Employers Need
ManpowerGroup is tapping into gaming communities to identify a vast talent pool with a unique combination of digital capabilities and the soft skills organizations need most.
How Employers Can Leverage Today’s Surge in Gaming for Tomorrow’s Workforce
By gaming more often during the pandemic, potential employees are developing soft skills that today’s employers need the most.
How All That Gaming During Lockdown Could Help You Land Your Next Role
Gaming bestows benefits beyond that rush of immediate gratification; you may be surprised to know it’s also enhancing your employability.
Press Start to Begin: How Gaming Can Transform Recruitment
Learn how your gaming experience has sharpened your workplace skills and you’ll be more prepared to express your full value to future employers, both on your resume and at your next interview.
The Talent Game: Can Gaming Tell You Who to Hire?
If you could ask a candidate one question in your next Zoom or Microsoft Teams interview, what would you ask? Here’s one to think about: Do you play video or computer games?
Transferable Skills to Highlight on Your Resume
Here are transferable skills to highlight on your resume and consider when searching and applying for new roles in fast-growing fields.
Case Study: Finding Top Talent Among Gamers
The customer service function of Lyse Dialog, a utilities company in Norway, developed a winning strategy to identify untapped sources of talent.
Case Study: Recruiting for Transferable Skills from Gaming
Komplett, a global e-commerce company, recognized that gamers develop knowledge and skills, such as focus, teamwork, multi-tasking and cooperation, that transfer easily to the e-commerce industry.