Soon to retire, most workers over 45 years old want to quit their job. However, the financial aspect is putting the brakes on their projects despite their optimistic view of their future retirement. This is what a recent study found, conducted by HSBC in 17 countries and territories, including Canada.
Le processus de recrutement devrait-il être différent pour attirer les meilleures... versus les meilleurs? Deux experts nous donnent leur avis sur l’importance de moduler le recrutement afin d’attirer le talent au féminin et sur les mesures à prendre pour y arriver.
The motivations of workers vary greatly from one region of the globe to the other. When companies and recruiters try to attract a younger workforce into their organizations, they must consider these motivations in order to retain and develop the most deserving talent.
Baby boomers, Gen X, Y and now Z. They are now four generations that coexist within companies. A challenge for managers who have to oversee employees all with very different values. But this new reality is also a chance to go further, together.
According to several studies and the view of some researchers, reducing gender inequality in representation and wages can lead to improvement in business performance. More broadly, it enables better socio-economic development in societies where it has been harnessed. What about Canada?