65 Workforce Quotes On Success In Life

These workforce quotes will inspire you. Workforce, the people engaged in or available for work, either in a country or area or in a particular company or industry.

Below you will find a collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging workforce quotes, workforce sayings, and workforce proverbs.

Best Workforce Quotes

  1. “A successful economic development strategy must focus on improving the skills of the area’s workforce, reducing the cost of doing business and making available the resources business needs to compete and thrive in today’s global economy.” ~ Rod Blagojevich
  2. “A successful economic development strategy must focus on improving the skills of the area’s workforce.” ~ Rod Blagojevich
  3. “Our workforce is very co-operative, very flexible, easy to work with and one of the big selling points. The idea that Britain is still back in the labour market of the ’70s is utterly bizarre.” ~ Vince Cable
  4. “Your workforce is your most valuable asset. The knowledge and skills they have represent the fuel that drives the engine of business – and you can leverage that knowledge.” ~ Harvey Mackay
  5. “I am a great believer in luck, and I find the harder I work the more I have of it.” ~ Stephen Leacock

  6. “Before you are a leader, success is all about growing yourself. When you become a leader, success is all about growing others.” ~ Jack Welch
  7. “Management is efficiency in climbing the ladder of success” ~ Stephen Covey
  8. “No man will make a great leader who wants to do it all himself or get all the credit for doing it.” ~ Andrew Carnegie
  9. “Management is efficiency in climbing the ladder of success; leadership determines whether the ladder is leaning against the right wall.” ~ Stephen Covey , Workforce quotes management
  10. “The first responsibility of a leader is to define reality.” ~ Max De Pree

  11. “Because education is the backbone of a competitive workforce and successful economy, making it a priority is not uncommon.” ~ Mike Easley
  12. “The survey findings reflect the growing trend toward incentive compensation programs as a way for employers to share the wealth with workers, … Roughly 80 percent of those surveyed offer bonus programs and 401(k) or profit-sharing plans . . . as they compete for the best and brightest workforce.” ~ Jerry Jasinowski
  13. “We need the best-educated workforce in the world. Hundreds of thousands of bright, young, qualified people who want to go to college or get a higher education are unable to do so, not because they lack the ability but because they lack the money.” ~ Bernie Sanders
  14. “Our workforce and our entire economy are strongest when we embrace diversity to its fullest, and that means opening doors of opportunity to everyone and recognizing that the American Dream excludes no one.” ~ Thomas Perez , Workforce quotes diversity
  15. “Developing skills is as important as training. A larger effort is needed to create a skilled workforce with employment potential.” ~ M. M. Pallam Raju

  16. “There are only two ways to have a middle class in your country: either you have highly skilled manufacturing jobs, or you have a highly-skilled, well trained, knowledge-based workforce. In other words, college.” ~ Van Jones
  17. “If we don’t find a way to keep women in the workforce, keep them productive, keep them happy, we are literally just throwing our investment down the drain, and we can’t afford to do that.” ~ Debora Spar , Happy workforce quotes
  18. “In the Occupied Territories, what Israel is doing is much worse than apartheid. The South African Nationalists needed the black population. That was their workforce. The Israeli relationship to the Palestinians in the Occupied Territories is totally different. They just don’t want them.” ~ Noam Chomsky
  19. “So, the three qualities of a workplace that would develop people would be information sharing, investing in the training of the workforce, and giving employees the ability to use their training and information to make decisions.” ~ Jeffrey Pfeffer
  20. “Inspirational leadership connects to a highly motivated workforce which, in turn, means inspirational results” ~ Nigel Crouch

  21. “It isn’t effective or productive to force your employees to do anything. Choice empowers people and makes for a more content workforce.” ~ Richard Branson
  22. “As President, my father will change the labor laws that were put into place at a time when women were not a significant portion of the workforce. And he will focus on making quality child care affordable and accessible for all.” ~ Ivanka Trump
  23. “To me, this goes beyond disappointing. It shows that we are failing to gain ground on the very conditions we need to reverse to improve our graduation rates and produce more students who are ready for college and the workforce.” ~ Bob Wise
  24. “For me what we need is a great deal of fiscal stimulus to show the UK is open for business. We need to upskill our workforce. I’m very much in tune with the work our chancellor is doing.” ~ Andrea Leadsom
  25. “Education is how to help the person who’s lost a job. Education is how to make sure we’ve got a workforce that’s productive and competitive.” ~ George W. Bush

  26. “Our government is pleased to welcome MANA to Ontario and were thrilled to announce renewed steel production and workers back on the job in Hamilton. Global leaders such as MANA choose to invest in Ontario because of our competitive business environment, skilled workforce, and focus on innovation.” ~ Sandra Pupatello
  27. “A healthy workforce is essential to grow our state and compete in the global marketplace. These actions are important to improve the health security of Iowans by making healthcare more affordable and accessible.” ~ Tom Vilsack
  28. “It’s a scary thing going into the workforce with a $50,000 debt and you’ve been trained as a classical theatre actor. There’s always a depression in the theatre.” ~ Frances McDormand
  29. “We have the highest graduation rates, the broadest health care access, and the greatest level of homeownership and workforce participation in the country. And we did it all with a small population in a cold state that coastal big shots refer to as fly-over land.” ~ Tim Pawlenty
  30. “The workforce in Latin America was treated as a vulgar instrument for capital accumulation.” ~ Rafael Correa

  31. “As the world’s sole remaining superpower and economic powerhouses, our nation’s ability to be at the forefront of innovation and production has enabled unparalleled economic success of our nation’s workforce.” ~ Leonard Boswell
  32. “If we’re going to create the best business climate to create higher-paying jobs and retain our young people, we’re going to have to build a workforce prepared for the opportunities of the future.” ~ John Hoeven
  33. “Our emerging workforce is not interested in command-and-control leadership. They don’t want to do things because I said so; they want to do things because they want to do them.” ~ Irene Rosenfeld
  34. “Like many others, I have deep misgivings about the state of education in the United States. Too many of our students fail to graduate from high school with the basic skills they will need to succeed in the 21st Century economy, much less prepared for the rigors of college and career. Although our top universities continue to rank among the best in the world, too few American students are pursuing degrees in science and technology. Compounding this problem is our failure to provide sufficient training for those already in the workforce.” ~ Bill Gates
  35. “Education and the workforce: I think these two things go together in terms of human potential.” ~ L. Todd Rose

  36. “I want to improve TSA’s counterterrorism focus through intelligence and cutting edge technology, support the TSA workforce, and strengthen the agency’s relationships with stakeholders and the traveling public. All of these priorities are interconnected and are vital to TSA’s mission – and I would say, all of our collective mission.” ~ John S. Pistole
  37. “Managers are agents of transformation, converting the workforce in developed countries from one of manual workers to one of highly educated knowledge workers.” ~ Peter Drucker
  38. “Germany’s population is getting older and older and smaller and smaller. To be able to finance our welfare system over the long term, we need more women in the workforce, more children and more immigrants.” ~ Paul Achleitner
  39. “With both parents in the workforce 100 percent of the time, there’s just no way to care for somebody on the side – either somebody has to take time off work or somebody has to pay someone to provide that care. In either it represents a big financial blow, and families just don’t have the flexibility to deal with it.” ~ Amelia Warren Tyagi
  40. “South Africa has all the tools to compete in the new global village – an eager workforce, ready to take on any challenge.” ~ Tom Peters

  41. “More and more families today are sending both parents into the workforce – t’s become the norm, it’s what we now expect. The overwhelming majority of us do it because we think it will make our families more secure. But that’s not how things have worked out.” ~ Amelia Warren Tyagi
  42. “In the economy today, everybody understands that we need a well educated workforce. This is 2016. When we talk about public education, it can no longer be K through 12th grade. I do believe that public colleges and universities should be tuition free.” ~ Bernie Sanders
  43. “Sometimes we talk about why we’re importing so many people in our workforce. It might be for the last 35 years, we have aborted more than a million people who would have been in our workforce had we not had the holocaust of liberalized abortion under a flawed Supreme Court ruling in 1973.” ~ Mike Huckabee
  44. “A ten per cent reduction in military expenditures per year would be reasonable, coupled with a programme of retraining the workforce and redirecting the resources in a manner that creates employment and advances social welfare. I also encourage all States to contribute to the UN’s annual Report on Military Expenditures by submitting complete data on national defence budgets.” ~ Alfred-Maurice de Zayas
  45. “Nobody would be left to round out the workforce and execute the business plan.” ~ Bill Rancic

  46. “At the end of the day, things don’t get better unless you continue to invest in your workforce. And I’ve not heard any Republican talk about education and the investment in the future workforce.” ~ Bev Perdue
  47. “I pay tribute to John Major’s achievement in persuading the other 11 Community Heads of Government that they could move ahead to a Social Chapter but not within the treaty and without Britain’s participation. It sets a vital precedent. For an enlarged Community can only function if we build in flexibility of that kind… John Major deserves high praise for ensuring at Maastricht that we would not have either a Single Currency or the absurd provisions of the Social Chapter forced upon us: our industry, workforce, and national prosperity will benefit as a result.” ~ Margaret Thatcher
  48. “I like being in the workforce; it keeps me grounded.” ~ Cathy Freeman
  49. “Gentlemen, four-fifths of the earth’s surface is covered by seas; that is unquestionably too much; the world’s surface, the map of oceans and dry land, must be corrected. We shall give the world the workforce of the sea, gentlemen. This will no longer be the style of Captain van Toch; we shall replace the adventure story of pearls by the hymnic paean of labour.” ~ Karel Capek
  50. “There are certainly a lot of things that still need to change when it comes to women in the workforce.” ~ Dolly Parton

  51. “The suburbanization and the ghettos that were created as a result of the limits of where [African-Americans] could live in the North [still exist today.] And … the South was forced to change, in part because they were losing such a large part of their workforce through the Great Migration.” ~ Isabel Wilkerson
  52. “How can the United States be competitive globally if higher education is unaffordable? Germany, Austria, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Scotland and Sweden have no tuition for college. Other countries have low tuition. We need the best educated workforce in the world. Instead of spending endless amounts on the military, we need to invest in our young people.” ~ Bernie Sanders
  53. “Higher education isn’t just a personal investment. It’s a public good that pays off in a more competitive workforce and better-informed and engaged citizens. Every year, we spend nearly $100 billion on corporate welfare, and more than $500 billion on defense spending. Surely ensuring the next generation can compete in the global economy is at least as important as subsidies for big business and military adventures around the globe. In fact, I think we can and must go further – not just making public higher education tuition-free, but reinventing education in America as we know it.” ~ Robert Reich
  54. “The Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award, which highlights customer satisfaction, workforce empowerment, and increased productivity, has come to symbolize America’s commitment to excellence.” ~ William J. Clinton
  55. “Most of the people in the workforce today will spend some years when they also have children and family responsibilities.” ~ Betty Friedan

  56. “Good intentions can often lead to unintended consequences. It is hard to imagine a law intended for the workforce known to Henry Ford can serve the needs of a workplace shaped by the innovations of Bill Gates.” ~ Tim Walberg
  57. “Women make up half our workforce and this has an impact at home on spouses and children. This means the workplace must change because women – who have historically been the primary caregivers at home – are now fully in the workforce and here to stay.” ~ Stewart D. Friedman
  58. “President Obama has tried to spin the paltry new job creation numbers as ‘a step in the right direction.’ But, clearly, the small growth in jobs isn’t even keeping up with population growth, much less returning the workforce to a healthy level.” ~ Bob Beauprez
  59. “Make sure a certain percentage of the people that you’re hiring are generalists so that you can be, kind of reconfigured in the workforce pretty easily.” ~ Reid Hoffman
  60. “Median wages of production workers, who comprise 80 percent of the workforce, haven’t risen in 30 years, adjusted for inflation.” ~ Robert Reich

  61. “As the Indian government has embraced greater economic openness, the creativity and expertise of the Indian workforce has been unleashed onto the world economic stage.” ~ Henry Paulson
  62. “The era of industrial Britain, where a large section of our workforce provided cheap labour in factories and processing goods is over.” ~ Lucy Powell
  63. “And what I saw happening is that women don’t make one decision to leave the workforce. They makes lots of little decisions really far in advance that kind of inevitably lead them there.” ~ Sheryl Sandberg

  64. “No one who is in business for profit can foist his or her beliefs on a workforce that includes many people who do not share those beliefs.” ~ Ruth Bader Ginsburg
  65. “We call our little girls bossy. Go to a playground; little girls get called bossy all the time – a word that’s almost never used for boys – and that leads directly to the problems women face in the workforce.” ~ Sheryl Sandberg

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