Mindful of the human capital risks associated with constant change, organizations are realizing that people-centered transformation is the key to transferring the shockwaves of disruption into sparks of brilliance.
Participate in Mercer’s 2020 Global Talent Trends Study and share your views on the workforce challenges and opportunities facing your organization.
With 2020 a milestone year for many, the Study will explore the top aspirations and concerns on the C-suite agenda, how HR can drive transformation, and what employees say really makes a difference to their work experience.
Unique for its multi-perspective approach, Mercer’s annual study gathers the views of over 7,300 business executives, HR leaders, and employees from around the world. In 2019, a staggering 73% of companies expect significant disruption, and 99% are taking action to prepare for the Future of Work.
Unlock growth in the new world of work by redesigning jobs and moving people to where future value will be created
Listen carefully and learn from data to create a brand proposition that attracts the talent you want
Make work simple, intuitive, and digitally enabled to help your people grow and thrive
Inspire a growth mindset by redesigning structures, workflows, and talent strategies around your people
“The #1 action companies are taking to prepare for the future is identifying the gap between current skills and future skills required”
Across geographies and industries, this year’s findings highlight the importance of Connectivity in the Human Age. To find out more more about the current trends in talent management, click on one of the graphics below.
Join us to explore this year’s top trends and learn how high performing organizations are building their workforce for the future. In these live sessions, our experts from around the world will share global and regional findings, as well as provide practical advice on what employers can do today.
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