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Whitepaper: Sourcing Technology
Professionals not actively looking for a job typically don’t want to be found too easily online.This ebook will help you understand the sourcing solution market, with top tips from Bill Boorman. ... Read More
Whitepaper: Career Resilience
In this age of do-it-yourself career development, it's up to you to manage and invest in your own career. As a pioneer in the staffing industry, Kelly takes a high-level look at career resilience as it pertains to the global worker today. Download our white paper and find out ... Read More
Whitepaper: Video Interviewing
Video interviewing first round candidates not only saves time and energy, it improves results for both employers and candidates.Download our whitepaper and find out how to find better candidates in less time with Video Interviewing. ... Read More
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In a world where professionals and hiring managers are just three degrees of separation from hundreds of thousands (if not millions) of people, what exactly is the role of a recruiter? Here's a look at three new recruiting roles.In the 1970s the evolutionary psychologist Robin Dunbar posited that as members of social groups, people are able to manage approximately 150 relationships.His groundbreak ... Read More
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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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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; Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA);and Asia-Pacific (APAC) regions responded to the 2014 survey.Workers from a total of 31 countries participated in the survey, responding in 20 different languages. Results span workplace generations ... Read More
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Growing and ageing populations around the globe have greatly increased demand for medicine and health products. As a result, the field of life science – which comprises mainly BioPharmaceutical, Device and Consumer Health companies – has become a trillion-dollar global sector.The largest companies in the sector are headquartered primarily in the United States (US) and Western Europe. However, life ... Read More
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Flexible Asia
01 Nov 2013
If organisations can be innovative and flexible in their approach to accessing and deploying talent in the right places, at the right times and in the right ways, the consequences of the talent shortage can be mitigated. As Michael Schrage quoted in his blog in July 2013: "people looking for a job today aren't competing against each other. They're competing against alternative ways to getting that ... Read More
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Every year, we conduct a large, global survey of workers to find out about their attitudes and feelings towards their work, the employment market and their employers. In this paper we discuss the overall trends in the 2013 survey with a spotlight on those findings from nearly 3000 workers in the Automotive sector.But first, a brief look at what’s changed over the past year.When comparing the resul ... Read More
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Let’s be real here. Most companies really don’t give a shrug about candidate experience. Yes, it’s a topic that’s been making the rounds of HR and recruiting conferences for five-plus years, but only the most sophisticated consumer brands (e.g. Starbucks, Kraft) and companies with persistent talent shortages (e.g. companies in tech, accounting, engineering) manage to do it well. And even many of t ... Read More
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Life science companies must adopt new business models to achieve the following:Counter slowing sales growthStem profitability challengesDeliver patient outcomes that reflect higher consumer expectationsPosition the industry for future success and innovationMaking these adjustments successfully will come down to individual companies’ ability to find, engage and retain the right people. For the most ... Read More
What Talent Wants Finance_180x180
Every year, we conduct a large, global survey of workers to find out about their attitudes and feelings towards their work, the employment market and their employers. In this paper we discuss the overall trends in the 2013 survey responses, with a spotlight on those findings related to workers in the financial services sector. ... Read More
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We have all read the predictions of ‘mega change’ in the workforce of the future.We know how quickly technology has changed our world, as well as how it has radically altered the way we access (and compete for) work.We know how rapidly and how fundamentally the global economy has shifted, and how this has affected the organizations we work for, the local economies they depend upon, and the skills ... Read More
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Gen Now
23 Sep 2013
You’ve read plenty about the challenges presented by the multi-generational workforce.You get it. The generations are wired differently, they work differently and organizations have to adapt or they’ll go the way of the dinosaur. Improving productivity, reducing turnover, and building your talent supply chain across four diverse generations is imperative for organizational success as we stare down ... Read More
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This second installment of the 2013 Kelly Global Workforce Index (KGWI), on the topic of Workplace Performance explores the way that performance based remuneration is gathering pace, and being embraced by unexpected groups in the workforce.The findings suggest that employees are now more willing to accept some element of “risk” in their salary in return for the opportunity to meet benchmarks that ... Read More
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The Kelly Global Workforce Index is an annual survey revealing opinions about work and the workplace from a generational viewpoint.   This snapshot shows the opinions of IT professionals on workforce attitudes and innovation. ... Read More
Remote Work Under the Microscope Cover Image
Two major Fortune 500 employers have made headlines recently by announcing that they are eliminating or significantly reducing opportunities for their employees to work remotely. Response to the announcements came quickly from business analysts and the mainstream media, speculating about the effect these decisions would have on the companies and their employees and how those effects might eventu ... Read More
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People are inherently social. The trouble is, organizations typically do not harness this natural inclination well. Rather, they create barriers that hinder how employees engage with one another, and limit agility in how they collaborate and make decisions. They do this by forming complex hierarchies and reporting structures, excessively layering new processes and controls without reviewing o ... Read More
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As one of the modern era’s most disastrous economies for employment wobbles back into growth, you would have thought the global workforce would be content with finding itself facing a 1950s-esque situation: long-term employment with predictable benefits and a retirement plan. Instead, people are defining their careers in terms of personal mobility and changing what it means to be professionally ... Read More
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This first installment of the 2013 Kelly Global Workforce Index (KGWI), on the topic of Career Development and Upskilling, explores the changing focus on training and skills development, as employees become more proactive and self-reliant in managing their careers.Once the preserve of the employer, responsibility for training and skills development is shifting to employees, who are dictating the w ... Read More
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Is it always true that a business must grow big - very big - to succeed? The widely held assumption goes something like this: as a company grows larger, it benefits from tremendous efficiencies and competitive advantages that arise from scale. And since it’s estimated that between 2011 and 2016, 60 percent of global economic growth will be derived from emerging economies, an expanding global en ... Read More
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You’ve read plenty about Gen Y already. You get it. The generations are wired differently, they work differently and organizations have to adapt. Got it. So, you’ve been working on your adaptation strategies…how’s that working out so far? Have you started to see progress within your organization? How about within your department? We know the typical response—it’s out of your direct control, rig ... Read More
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Don’t Learn to Make Kimchi, Find Someone Who Already CanA couple of hundred years ago, talent (or labor) was a simple commodity. The rich and powerful had access to as much labor as they needed, and those with the discipline and ability to work, did. The supply-chain, and the transaction between employer and employee, was straightforward. But that was then. Now, despite global economic insta ... Read More
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The Leadership Deficit - Recruiting and Retaining the Multi-generational WorkforceINTRODUCTIONBusinesses everywhere are grappling with an unfolding skills dilemma that is challenging the way we manage and plan the workforce of the future. People are remaining in the workforce longer than they used to, yet there is a growing shortage of skilled talent. The aging and declining workforce is a glob ... Read More

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