The global workforce is at a crossroads. In the midst of the most damaging financial crisis since the Great Depression and a deepening Euro Crisis, employee engagement levels continue to drop. According to Aon Hewitt, the overall global employee engagement score has been steadily declining since 2009, and dropped to 56 percent in 2010, hitting a 15-year low.
Multinational HR departments have been forced to rethink their personnel strategies due to low overall engagement scores and an uncertain economic future. Engagement and retention have now become the dominant focus, followed closely by leadership development and workforce planning.
Evolving Trends in the Global Workplace examines the human capital challenges facing multinational organizations in the post-financial crisis landscape, and how to prepare your global workforce for the future.Download