Executive Briefing, Kelly Global Workforce Index: Key Findings
Lance J. Richards, GPHR, SPHR - VP Office of Innovation and Jason S. Morga, PHR - Senior Director, Americas Marketing
About this talk
Join Lance J. Richards, GPHR, SPHR - VP Office of Innovation and Jason S. Morga, PHR - Senior Director, Americas Marketing of Kelly Services for an executive briefing on the key findings of the 2012 Kelly Global Workforce Index.
The 2012 Kelly Global Workforce Index shows that most workers feel under-valued, and frequently think about resigning—and this is a major issue for employees as they seek greater productivity from their people.
Employees across the globe have experienced unprecedented economic turmoil, and they are restless. The findings of the latest KGWI report suggest that organizations seeking to attract and retain the most highly talented candidates need to do more than just focus on their HR performance; brand recognition and corporate culture are central to the way they are perceived in the broader labor market.
Employers looking to increase retention and find solutions to their talent management challenges will benefit from understanding why: Employees seek movement to gain skills and develop; How happiness at work is linked to the meaning they derive from it; and how meaning at work is largely about an individual’s ability to excel.