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Majority Reigns: Millennials Now Atop U.S. Workforce; Meeting Their Expectations…
Majority reigns: Millennials now atop the US workforce. Our US Chairman, Bob Moritz, says meeting their expectations is key to businesses. See his take in the Huffington Post:
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Majority Reigns: Millennials Now Atop U.S. Workforce; Meeting Their Expectations Key to Business' Success
Here are four human capital innovation strategies to unlock your talent value:http://ow.ly/OxbG1
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PwC's Flexibility2 Talent Network allows you to design a career that meets your personal and professional goals. US Recruiting Leader Rod Adams discusses how FTN helps the firm retain high-performing talent, and shares the story of one individual who is living his dream. linkd.in/1DbkkSr
A conversation with a shoe shiner at LaGuardia Airport reminded PwC Vice Chairman, Tim Ryan, of the importance of searching for talent in unexpected places. See his story here: linkd.in/1DZfI3F
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Overall organizational readiness and a SaaS mindset are crucial in the HR technology journey to the cloud. Here are 7 implementation challenges to be aware of: pwc.to/HRTech14
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Does your company have a formal HR technology roadmap and strategy? We found only 56% of respondents to PwC’s HR Technology Survey said ‘yes.’ Read more: pwc.to/HRTech14
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There are two essential ingredients to adaptability. The ability of employers to look differently at sources of talent - investigating new geographies and sectors as well as investing in existing employees, equipping them with the necessary skills and motivating them to adapt to meet new challenges. Secondly of course this requires willing individuals who are prepared to embrace change and apply their skills somewhere new.
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There are two essential ingredients to adaptability. The ability of employers to look differently at sources of talent - investigating new geographies and sectors as well as investing in existing employees, equipping them with the necessary skills and motivating them to adapt to meet new challenges. More: www.pwc.com/...
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The need for markets to adapt to change is nothing new. In a fast-moving world, talent adaptability becomes even more critical. PwC's Adapt to Survive study features findings from a database of people and performance metrics. More: www.pwc.com/...
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PwC's Employee Financial Wellness Survey tracks the financial and retirement wellbeing of working US adults nationwide. Overall retirement confidence rose to 40%. The percent of Gen Y employees who think it’s likely they’ll need to use money from their retirement plans for other expenses increased to 34%.
PwC’s Employee Financial Wellness Survey tracks the financial and retirement wellbeing of working US adults nationwide. According to the survey, overall retirement confidence rose to 40%.
The generational gap in employee financial health is growing. While last year’s survey showed that Gen X carried the heaviest financial burden, the 2014 results find that Gen X employees, along with Baby Boomers, appear to be recovering faster than Millenials (Gen Y). Employees benefitting most from the market gains are those who have savings and equity in their homes rather than those who are more reliant on their current incomes.
How an international assignment at PwC can change your career -- both abroad and when you return to the US firm. PwC's Tina Pantaleo traveled to Amsterdam, Korea and Hong Kong as part of an extended four-year assignment. Now back in Boston, Tina reflects on the personal and professional enrichment her global mobility at PwC has brought her.
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The business world is in the midst of fundamental change and in the next decade the ability of organisations to manage their global talent efficiently will mark the difference between success and failure. Talent management will become a key strategic tool, which places great responsibility on the shoulders of HR. Is HR up to the challenge? pwc.to/1kmei7v
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The business world is in the midst of fundamental change and in the next decade the ability of organisations to manage their global talent efficiently will mark the difference between success and failure. We’re facing a world where the best and brightest talent are prepared to follow their own agenda and opportunities, wherever they may be and irrespective of who is offering them.
PwC's Peter Clarke, Carol Stubbings and Eileen Mullaney discuss how today's businesses are adopting new approaches to global talent mobility. Mobile work experiences made up of virtual and commuter teams are replacing traditional work assignments: millennials prefer short-term experiences overlong-term benefits. pwc.to/1kmei7v