Career Development Video

Career Development Video

This second installment from the 2014 Kelly Global Workforce Index, on the topic of Career Development, looks across the EMEA and APAC regions to learn what workers are thinking about their careers and the skills that underpin them.  

The report takes an in-depth look at employee career aspirations, including the drivers of career goals and the factors that matter most in keeping employees engaged and productive.  

Commenting on the findings, Helen Palmer, EMEA Regional Learning & Development Manager - APAC & EMEA head of training at Kelly Services said,   

“In the current candidate-led market employees have the upper hand. Businesses must therefore ensure that in order to encourage retention, they engage their employees, offering the skills, training and support they need in order to help them progress their careers in the long term. Yet this is clearly not happening in many UK businesses; employees are eager to learn new skills but aren’t always being given the opportunity to do so and as a result, many are looking for jobs elsewhere.”

The Kelly Global Workforce Index

The Kelly Global Workforce Index (KGWI) is an annual global survey revealing opinions about work and the workplace. Almost 230,000 people across the Americas; Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA); and Asia-Pacific (APAC) regions responded to the 2014 survey.

The topics covered in the 2014 KGWI survey include:

  • Engaging Active and Passive Job Seekers
  • Career Development
  • The Candidate Experience from Hiring to On-boarding
  • Worker Preferences and Workplace Agility

Workers from a total of 31 countries participated in the survey, responding in 20 different languages. Results span workplace generations, as well as key industries and occupations. 

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Engaging Active and Passive Jobseekers, Kelly Global Workforce Index 2014

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