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What the new Towers Watson’s 2010 Global Workforce Study Tells Us

What the new Towers Watson’s 2010 Global Workforce Study Tells Us


Is the employer/employee relationship changing?  What new challenges will employers face in the coming year and beyond?  Here are just a few:

  1. Employees may be settling in, but are frustrated about advancement.What are the risks for keeping and engaging talent?
  2. Employees know they’re responsible for their futures, but worry about theirability to handle it. If cost shifting goes too far, what reactions are likely in terms of motivation and performance?
  3. Employees want leaders who are competent and inspiring, and question leaders’ current abilities in both areas. Are leadership development programs focusing on the right things?
  4. Employees want more freedom and flexibility in their work, but don’t feel they have the tools and support they need to succeed in today’s environment. What kind of programs and managerial support are required to enable people to self-manage effectively?

The New Deal

See the Executive overview HERE.