Global Talent Monitor

Global Talent Monitor Report

Workforce Trends Q3 2017

Quarterly Workforce Insights

Employees’ perceptions of job opportunities increased hit a three-and-a-half-year high in both Europe and North America in Q3 2017.

However, this has not translated into more job seeking, which remains steady. In fact, employees’ intent to stay in their current job increased for the second quarter in a row. While more employees intend to stay with their current employer, less employees are going above and beyond on the job.

Given this trend, employers should be concerned about potential employee engagement issues.

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Intent to Stay and Discretionary Effort

Report Highlights

  • Employees' confidence in business environment continues steady rise.
  • Emerging economies drive merit pay expectations up.
  • Attributes like compensation, work-life balance, and stability will lure employees to new organizations.

About Global Talent Monitor

This report includes quarterly workforce insights on global and country-level changes about what attracts, engages, and retains employees, based on data from more than 22,000 individuals in more than 40 countries.

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