2016 Global Talent Trends Report

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Mercer gathered the views of both employers and employees on what drives today’s workforce and how organizations are responding. More than 1,730 HR leaders and 4,500 employees across 15 countries provided their input. The result is Mercer’s 2016 Global Talent Trends study, which highlights current issues in the world of work and identifies priorities that demand immediate attention. With a unique focus on employee voice, this study calls out potential gaps between employees’ emerging needs and the actions being proposed by HR today.

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Mercer 2016 Global Trends Report at Glance Infographic

Mercer 2016 Global Trends Report at Glance Infographic

Understanding global talent trends may seem like it is only relevant for companies have a global business, but, in reality it is relevant for every business. According to HR professionals around the world, there major workforce trends expected to most significantly impact their talent management priorities in 2016 include talent scarcity and the competition for rising talent and leveraging an increasingly diverse, global and multi-generational labor pool. Mercer’s Global Talent Trends is an HR research report designed to help every country to be able to clearly understand the trends and build strategies that enable the biggest opportunity for success.

In this era of the individual, employees have more options about where, when, and how they work than ever before. They are demanding a new value proposition that provides greater career support, combined with new flexibility in managing their work and building their skills. Are the employers up to the challenge?

To find out, Mercer gathered the views of both employers and employees on what drives today’s workforce and how organizations are responding.

More than 1,730 HR leaders and 4,500 employees across 15 countries provided their input. The result highlights current issues in the world of work and identifies priorities that demand immediate attention. This report showcases highlights from the global findings (employer and employee surveys) and presents the data results for each of the 15 countries.

Geographic Coverage

  • 1,730+ HR leaders
  • 4,500 employees
  • 15 countries

Topics Covered

  • Anticipated competition for talent
  • Workforce trends likely to impact companies
  • Talent acquisition: build, buy, or borrow
  • Talent management priorities
  • Leveraging data to shape strategy
  • Strengthening leadership
  • In-demand managerial skills
  • Building a culture of growth
  • Rewarding contributors
  • Driving HR effectiveness

Countries Covered

Americas

  • Canada
  • Brazil
  • Mexico
  • United States

Asia Pacific

  • Australia
  • China
  • India
  • Japan
  • Singapore

Europe, Middle East and Africa

  • France
  • Germany
  • Italy
  • South Africa
  • Sweden
  • United Kingdom
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Mercer 2016 global talent trends accelerating talent engine infographic

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