HR managers mostly face growing complexity within their organization. Over half of them feel overwhelmed by circumstances. This is what has been revealed by a recent survey conducted by Lumesse among 1,300 HR staff based in America, Europe and Asia.
Google is unanimous among students in business and engineering schools, who have placed the company in first rank of their favourite companies. This is what the survey by Universum’s 2013 IDEAL Canadian Employer Rankings found, conducted among 29,000 Canadian undergraduate students. The preference says a lot about how they envisage their future professional life.
Three Statistics Canada analysts looked at the evolution of employment conditions for youth over the last three years. Results of the comparison: despite longer schooling, they are finding it harder to enter the labour market. However, the 15-34 age group are unequal in terms of employment.
Already facing changes in the global regulatory landscape, financial services managers have other challenges: hiring qualified profiles and talent retention. This is what a recent study conducted by Robert Half across seven countries has revealed.
Employers of the world’s top ten economies will experience a loss of productivity and reduction of turnover due to a growing shortage of skilled manpower in key positions. This is what a recent survey revealed, published by CareerBuilder and conducted among 6,000 recruitment managers and human resources professionals in the countries with the highest GDP.
How are human resources considered in the world? What are companies’ priorities? How are North American employers positioned? The HR 2013 international barometer conducted by Michael Page among 4,348 HR managers, including 135 in Canada, reveals a common HR strategy consisting of distinct regional priorities. Overview of the survey.