What workers want
In 2017, we launched our first What Workers Want report, examining the priorities of employees and the nuances that influence their career-related decisions. With over 2,000 copies distributed in the first year alone, we recognise the demand from employers for detailed insight into what workers want. This year, we have stepped back to the point before someone becomes an employee, examining the applicant journey and what influences people to apply to and accept new jobs, as well as how they become successfully established into their new roles.
WHAT WORKERS WANT REPORT 2019
MINDSET KEY FOR DIGITAL CHANGE
Request your copy of the report to discover how automation projects are likely to change the world of work as we know it, impacting tasks and helping people deliver greater human value.
We examined responses from 2,100 employers and professionals to find out where the greatest challenges to digital transformation – and greatest demand for talent – can be found.
WHAT WORKERS WANT REPORT 2018
REMOVE YOUR ROADBLOCKS
IMPROVE YOUR APPLICANT JOURNEY
Download your copy of the 2018 report to discover how your brand, application processes, communications and interviews affect a professional’s decision to accept a job at your organisation.
Our report looks at the four stages of the applicant journey: Search, Apply, Decide and Join; and highlights areas where employers can improve their processes and avoid roadblocks to find the best professionals.
WHAT WORKERS WANT REPORT 2017
AS AN EMPOYER OF CHOICE
The 2017 edition of our What Workers Want report contains essential recommendations on how to be a more effective employer, making you better able to retain and attract the talent you need.
We delved into the minds of over 1,800 professionals across a broad range of professions and sectors to find out what motivates them at work every day and what would encourage them to move to another organisation.
Listen to our bitesize webinar to learn how digital transformation and the proliferation of automation in the workplace is impacting on jobs, tasks and skills in Ireland. This year we examine how digital technology is changing the world of work now and in the future. Our research asks:
• How well equipped are we to deal with change?
• Do we fear or embrace automation?
• Do workers possess the right skills?
• How can we maximise the human in a digital world?
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