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Kelly Global Workforce Index

The Kelly Global Workforce Index (KGWI) brings together work and workplace insights sourced from approximately 230,000 respondents from 31 countries across the Americas, EMEA, and APAC regions. It takes the form of a global survey that canvasses a wide spectrum of opinions on issues impacting the contemporary workplace, with a particular focus on the perspectives from different generations, industries, occupations and skill sets. The results of the survey provide valuable insight into key areas of the talent equation, including the mood of the global labor market, job seeker engagement, worker preferences, and more. The following are a few recent examples of content developed from the survey results. Come back often to see other select content designed to help you shape your talent strategies.
KGWI Engineering Talent
In this age of uncertainty, workers in the U.S. are more concerned about remaining employable by having up-to-date skills than they are with losing their current job. Those you employ—especially professional/technical (PT) talent—maybe harder to retain if they don’t have opportunities to pursue their interests and develop their skill sets at work. ... Read More
Collaborative Work Environment_KGWI_180x180_160019
Is there a key workplace factor that would improve both a company’s profitability and their ability to attract and retain top talent?Collaboration is becoming just that factor for today’s companies. Recently, nearly three out of four North American C-suite executives agreed that their organization would be more successful if employees were able to work in flexible and collaborative ways. And more ... Read More
Do It Yourself_KGWI_180x180_160016
In today’s uncertain job environment, global workers are seeking ways to be as resilient as possible. This includes taking the lead in managing their careers. Workers are becoming adept at developing skills that enable them to thrive in any company—they’ll utilize available employer training, or they will actively seek ways to further their skill sets, perhaps by becoming free agents or freelancer ... Read More
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IT: Get On Board
10 Mar 2016
Work-life design is not just a trend - it's a movement. Talent has a choice of where and how to work and U.S. information technology workers outscore the U.S. average on talent agility. They are well aware of their market power and value, so if they are dissatisfied, they know they can find a better opportunity.Learn more about what your best IT talent wants and needs from their employers.  ... Read More
Fin Get On Board_180x180_160130
Work-life design is not just a trend - it's a movement. Talent has a choice of where and how to work, which means your best talent is looking for greater control and ownership over how they integrate work and their personal lives and passions.Learn more about what your best finance talent wants and needs from their employers.  ... Read More
Sci Get On Board_180x180_160113
Work-life design is not just a trend - it's a movement. Talent has a choice of where and how to work, which means your best talent is looking for greater control and ownership over how they integrate work and their personal lives and passions.Learn more about what your best scientific talent wants and needs from their employers.  ... Read More
Engineering_WLD_Infographic_TN
Work-life design is not just a trend - it's a movement.For employers of engineering talent, the costs of not adapting to a work-life design environment are high. By not changing, organizations risk the turnover of top, engaged workers. They narrow the range of talent they can attract, and may compromise performance and innovation.Learn more about what your best engineering talent wants and needs f ... Read More
2014 KGWI Executive Insights
Today’s modern-day worker spans across gender, generations, regions, and industries, and embodies contemporary thinking and trends. What are the driving forces behind this workforce—and furthermore, what do they want from their employers?To better understand the motivations behind today’s workforce, and how employers can best act and react to worker expectations, Kelly® developed the Kelly Global ... Read More
Mood Global Labor Market_504x504
This infograph about the mood of the global labor market summarizes the major trends of the latest Kelly Global Workforce Index research.      ... Read More
KGWI_Candidate_Experience
The Kelly Global Workforce Index® (KGWI) is an annual global survey revealing opinions about work and the workplace. Almost 230,000 people across the Americas, EMEA and APAC regions responded to the 2014 survey.The topics covered in the 2014 KGWI survey include:Engaging Active and Passive Job SeekersCareer DevelopmentThe Candidate Experience from Hiring to On-boardingWorker Preferences and Workpla ... Read More
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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. The results of the survey provide valuable insight into key areas of the talent equation:The Mood of the Global Labor Ma ... Read More

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