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A Skills Revolution: Consumers of Work to Builders of Talent


Business models are being disrupted. From the rise of robots, globalisation and mass migration, to the shock Brexit vote and wider geopolitical uncertainty – the Human Age has arrived. The four Human Age forces we identified a decade ago – shifting demographics, greater individual choice, client sophistication and technological revolution – are transforming business models, and will continue to do so.

The Rise of the Well-Informed Candidate


A global study of nearly 14,000 job seekers shows a shift in the balance of power from employer to candidate – today’s job seekers have more information than ever about a company and a position at early stages of the job search process.

Effectiveness of in-house recruitment in 2016


Каким должен быть внутренний рекрутмент, чтобы он решал задачи бизнеса и одновременно был оптимальным по стоимости? Представляем результаты «Исследования эффективности внутреннего рекрутмента», организованное компанией ManpowerGroup.

Talent Shortage Survey 2016-2017


Employers Report the Highest Global Talent Shortage since 2007; explore the roles that are in demand now. Learn more and download infographic.

Talent Shortage survey 2015


ManpowerGroup has researched global talent shortages and their impact for a decade. Employers have consistently reported difficulty hiring right-skilled talent, and this trend shows no sign of abating.

Millennial Careers: 2020 Vision


This is not just another Millennial report. This report presents new findings with fresh insights from the perspective of both employers and employees. As world of work experts, we have nearly 30,000 employees advising 400,000 clients on hiring decisions and talent development every year. We find work for 3.4 million people— about half of whom are Millennials.

Human Age 2.0. Future forces at work


Business as usual is a thing of the past. New ways of getting work done are emerging.

Talk the Talk: How ongoing Career Conversations drive business success


Global Career Conversation Study was conducted November-December 2015 to develop a deeper understanding of employee’s perceptions about managing their careers across geographic regions, gender and age groups. Our 4,402 respondents represented 15 countries and ranged in age from 25 to 55.