Just as businesses are getting comfortable with the concept of work-life balance, they’ll need to quickly reconcile with the more complex demands for work-life design—which is a more seamless integration of work and life.
In this era of talent supply chain management, talent has a choice of where and how to work—as evidenced by the 31 percent of global workers who choose flexible work styles over traditional employment arrangements. The best talent is looking for greater control and ownership over worklife design, and seeking out the organizations that will partner with them to achieve this.
As a pioneer in the staffing industry, and in the study of workforce preferences, Kelly takes a highlevel look at work-life design as it pertains to the global worker today. In addition to analyzing worker preferences and psychographic insights based on survey data from the 2015 and 2014 Kelly Global Workforce IndexTM (KGWI), this report pulls insights from Kelly Free Agent Research (2015) survey data and other research sources. Unless otherwise noted, all statistics come from recent Kelly workforce research data.
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