Innovations in artificial intelligence and analytics, along with development in cloud, social and mobile technologies, are making HR systems more intelligent and more engaging. In fact, research shows that for just the first three quarters of 2018, there have been over 125 significant product announcements worldwide in the industry.
But with the growth of so many systems and new tools for recruitment, talent management, performance management, engagement, training, and more, are providers offering innovation that HR practitioners want or even use? Or are systems becoming increasingly too complex and more focused on gadgets and buttons than workflow capacity innovation?
Deploying a global workforce and ensuring access to the best talent is a crucial component of success for many enterprises. Global labor market data is an invaluable tool for multinational HR departments and can be used to inform critical decisions around the best countries and regions in which to grow
A new study shows the top priorities and challenges of CHROs.
By Kim Raymond
The biggest concerns for today’s HR leaders most likely include a few that didn’t exist a couple of years ago: a record-low unemployment rate, medical marijuana, and new immigration restrictions. These are on top of the challenges that already existed—and still do. What this means, which should come as no surprise, is that HR is becoming more challenging and complex seemingly by the minute.
Deploying a global workforce and ensuring access to the best talent is a crucial component of success for many enterprises. Global labor market data is an invaluable tool for multinational HR departments and can be used to inform critical decisions around the best countries and regions in which to grow. PeopleScout, a global provider of RPO, MSP, and total workforce solutions, has partnered with HRO Today Magazine to produce quarterly reports that compile current international labor market data and important trends from the world’s leading economies by country and region.
What else does the report show that impacts HR? Download the full report below to find out.
2018 kicks off with higher worker confidence, driven by worker optimism about the likelihood of promotion.
By Larry Basinait
In the first quarter of 2018, the Worker Confidence Index (WCI) increased by 2.6 points for the third consecutive quarter. The WCI now stands at 107.1. Of the four elements that determine the WCI, likelihood of promotion increased the most, improving by 9.7 points. Another component, likelihood of a raise, also improved by 4.6 points. The job security and trust in company leadership indices had modest declines, but remain similar to the first quarter of 2017.
To explore international labor markets, companies must first consult global labor market data. This much-anticipated quarterly report compiles current international labor market figures from countries around the world, including measures like national Gross Domestic Product and unemployment rates, and tracks them over time.
This report also contains a section on the five developed nations most deeply impacted by chronic unemployment. Further insight into the challenges these countries face and the underlying causes of their struggles with high unemployment rates are explored.
Recent research shows that organizations need to align their relocation incentives with employee desires to fill key skills gaps.
By Donna Chamberlain
Globalization has integrated industries and markets internationally, and demand for skilled employees in both developing economies and the traditional powerhouses continues to grow. Even with an increasingly complex international landscape, 18 percent of employees across the globe are eager to accept a job offer abroad, according to BDO and Ipsos’ latest Global Employee Mobility Report. However, this marks a seven percent decline from 2012, indicating that motivating employees to accept international assignments is becoming increasingly challenging.
Worker confidence is up, but trust in company leadership is on a steady decline.
By The Editors
The Worker Confidence Index (WCI) for the third quarter of 2017 increased by 2.8 points after significant drop of 7.9 points in the second quarter. WCI now stands at 102.5. Of the four components of the WCI, only likelihood of promotion rose by 3.2 points in the third quarter of 2017, while other components remained virtually the same. Other indicies—job stability, likelihood of raise, and trust in company leadership—measure similarly to the third quarter of 2016.
Low unemployment in advanced economies is creating positive change.
By The Editors
To explore international labor markets, companies must first consult global labor market data. PeopleScout, a global provider of RPO, MSP, and total workforce solutions, has partnered with HRO Today magazine to produce quarterly reports that compile current international labor market figures, including measures like national gross domestic product (GDP) and unemployment rates over time, from countries across the globe. This data reveals critical information about the state of the talent pool, working conditions, and recruitment needs of various countries and regions. It is an essential tool for predicting fruitful locations for expansion and recruitment, thereby allowing multinational companies to stay competitive in talent acquisition.
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