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Spain’s Most Attractive Employers 2020

Google is the most attractive employer, according to Universum’s ranking of “Spain’s Most Attractive Employers 2020”. The annual talent attraction index compiles the results of Universum’s survey of students in the Spain. The survey for this ranking was carried out between October 2019 and March 2020 among 30,287 STUDENTS from 70 UNIVERSITIES. Apple and INDITEX follow up in …
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ILO Report: Social Dialogue and the Future of Work

Social dialogue has been long employed as a tool in the governance of work, with the objective of delivering sustainable economic growth, social justice and the kind of high-trust work relations that are not only valuable in themselves, but that can also improve business performance and increase workers’ share in rising profitability. The future of …
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Labour Market Change: Trends and Policy Approaches towards Flexibilisation

What have been the major trends and policy developments regarding the flexibilisation of employment in recent years? Eurofound’s work programme for 2017–2020 set out to document and capture these changes in the world of work. This flagship publication provides an overview of developments in Europe in the wake of the global financial crisis, as well …
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The 2020 NAFE Top 70 Companies for Executive Women

The National Association for Female Executives (NAFE) has announced its 2020 Top 70 Companies for Executive Women list. The list, in its 22 year, recognizes organizations that are effective in moving women into senior ranks, including mentoring, employee resource groups and leadership development training. The NAFE Top 10 Companies for 2020 are: Eli Lilly and Company, Ernst & Young …
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World’s Most Admired Companies 2020

For an astounding 13th straight year, Apple claims the top spot in Fortune’s annual ranking of corporate reputation, based on a survey of almost 3,800 executives, directors, and analysts. After Apple, Amazon, Microsoft, Walt Disney and Berkshire Hathaway round out the top five spots. Each year, Fortune magazine partners with the Hay Group to survey financial analysts …
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Jobs of Tomorrow: Mapping Opportunity in the New Economy

Through new data sources, we can gain unprecedented insights into emerging opportunities for employment in the global economy, and granular understanding of the skill sets needed by professionals. This new data reveals that 96 jobs across seven professional clusters are fast emerging in tandem reflecting “digital” and “human” factors driving growth in the professions of …
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Game-Changing Technologies: Transforming Production and Employment in Europe

Innovation and technological advancement are natural features of developed economies, and they are necessary to maintain and improve sustainable competitiveness in an era of globalisation. However, while most innovation tends to be incremental, some has a disruptive effect on production and service provision, the labour market and social dialogue. This report discusses a selection of …
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25 World’s Best Workplaces 2019

Tech giant Cisco tops the list of the World’s Best Workplaces 2019 replacing Salesforce which drops to No. 3, and global hospitality giant Hilton takes second place. The 25 World’s Best Workplaces list is compiled each year by Fortune research partner Great Place to Work and is based on surveys of employees working for companies with offices around the globe. …
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The 2019 NAFE Top 70 Companies for Executive Women

Now in its 21st year, this list captures women’s progress moving into senior leadership roles. The winning organizations have high female representation in key management positions, and programs and policies that help women reach the top. The NAFE Top 10 Companies for 2019 are Eli Lilly and Company, Ernst & Young LLP, FleishmanHillard, IBM, JLL, …
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OECD Employment Outlook 2019

The 2019 edition of the OECD Employment Outlook presents new evidence on changes in job stability, underemployment and the share of well-paid jobs, and discusses the policy implications of these changes with respect to how technology, globalisation, population ageing, and other megatrends are transforming the labour market in OECD countries. The report discusses how labour …
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