To better understand how workers think—and how employers might respond—Kelly Services® developed the Kelly Global Workforce Index (KGWI), an annual global survey with nearly 230,000 respondents across 31 countries, three generations, and a multitude of industries and occupations.
Given the volume and complexity of the data captured in this research study, Kelly Services also regularly publishes shorter papers that detail findings on specific regions, industries, generations, and skillsets to deliver targeted insights into sectors and markets.
The goal in commissioning and sharing this research is to provide insights that can be used to help shape talent strategies.
It is a steady climb for the vast majority of enterprises to achieve and sustain market relevance today. Satisfying customers and keeping them in productive relationships are now at the heart of every measure of corporate value.
The trek ...
The task of securing the top talent for any given position is often daunting and can be hampered by the difficulty in identifying the best possible candidates from a wide range of sources. What we know is that in ...Read more
The best-laid plans are nothing without the right people to implement them.
This is why the mitigation of human capital risk is a high priority for all business leaders, especially those of us working in HR, ...