Workforce Analytics is the art and science of using data to discover and share insights about your workforce, leading to better decisions.Read more
Companies already have plenty of useful workforce data distributed across business functions. Ideally, they would leverage this data, connect and analyze it to understand the current state of their workforce, and use it to inform ...Read more
Strategy&, PwC’s strategy consulting business, annual study of worldwide CEO succession patterns examines the degree, nature, and geographic distribution of chief executive changes among the world's 2,500 largest public ...Read more
Employee engagement is defined as one’s commitment to and passion for his or her work and role within an organization. Not to be confused with employee satisfaction—or general happiness—engagement is the extent to ...Read more
In this era of fast-paced change and industry disruption, companies must constantly evolve to strengthen their competitive position—or even survive. Increasingly, organizations are looking to mergers and ...Read more
The availability of key skills is keeping the C-Suite up at night. Eight out of 10 US CEOs are concerned that a lack of key skills threatens their organizations’ growth prospects. That’s up from seven out of 10 US CEOs ...Read more
Most businesses intuitively know that diversity matters and by now, the importance of diversity has been quantified. For example, a McKinsey study found that gender diverse organizations are 15% more likely to financially outperform those in the bottom quartile whereas ethnically diverse companies are 35% more likely to do so. But what is considered diversity? Is it one’s ethnicity, gender, sexual preference, age, veteran status, or their way of thinking? Or is it a combination of factors?
The data-driven HR mindset has been slow to grow within organizations beyond HR analysts. Given its importance, how can you extend the mindset to bring value to the entire HR team and the organization?
The lines between work and life are permanently blurred. People want to work the way they live. That means they want to be constantly connected—with anytime, anywhere access to information that will enhance their every ...Read more
As more millennials join the workforce each year, the workplace culture is shifting. By the year 2020, this generation will make up 50% of the global workforce—and even higher in the technology and high-growth ...Read more