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By Ursula Fear -  As we venture into the dynamics of generational workforce theory and the many interesting developments that arise around this phenomenon, the desire to know and understand more about our younger generations has

As we start getting into the swing of things and hope that 2017 is going to be a good year, the realities of the new year have come knocking on our doors with an almighty

For the last two decades, PwC has asked business leaders everywhere about the trends reshaping business and society. As we mark the 20th year of our annual CEO survey, we’ve observed just how much the

A challenging and exciting year lies ahead.  The biggest change is the new way that organizations manage, lead and operate.  The world is moving from a hierarchical model to one of a “network of teams”. 

Which Country Has the Happiest and Most Loyal Workforce in the World? What motivates young professionals the most to leave one employer for another? And why does talent in one country appear to be happier and more

It's the numbers that often speak louder than words when it comes to recruiting the best talent. Universum's latest research will help employers with their recruitment and talent acquisition efforts by uncovering the career and salary

The Bersin by Deloitte Membership Program -  This document is part of the Bersin Research Library. Our research is provided exclusively to organizational members of the Bersin by Deloitte Membership Program. Member organizations have access to

What Matters to Women in STEM Now? Too often employers address "women's issues" as if they were a homogenous set of ideas – but Universum research shows women who study STEM (Science,Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) subjects often

Employment, Skills and Workforce Strategy for the Fourth Industrial Revolution. The Future of Jobs Report (herein: “Report”) presents information and data that were compiled and/or collected by the World Economic Forum (all information and data referred

The South African Management Index 2015 / 2016 is the third report since USB Executive Development (USB-ED) launched the survey in 2013. Since then, the survey has provided valuable insights into the challenges and opportunities facing South African