Talent Trends Infographic for USA | Mercer 2019

Talent Trends Infographic for USA | Mercer

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Global Talent Trends 2019: Infographic of United States Key Findings


What are high-performing companies doing differently to prepare for the future of work? Here’s a sample of what we learned from C-suite executives, HR leaders and employees in the United States from our 4th annual Global Talent Trends study:


Global Talent Trends 2019: Key Findings (US)

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Aligning Work to Future Value

Unlock growth in the new world of work by redesigning jobs and moving people to where future value will be created

Predict 03

Leaders 05

Leaders 05
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Building Brand Resonance

Listen carefully and learn from data to create a brand proposition that attracts the talent you want

Priority 04

Thriving employees are:

Times 06
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Curating the Work Experience

Make work simple, intuitive, and digitally enabled to help your people grow and thrive

Teams 12

Employees 14
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Delivering Talent-Led Change

Inspire a growth mindset by redesigning structures, workflows, and talent strategies around your people

Organizations 13

Organizations further along their digital journey are ...

Times 15

more likely to see HR as a significant contributor to the business

Source: Mercer’s 2019 Global Talent Trends study

Findings by Country

Brazil (English) (Portuguese)
Canada (English) (French)
China (English) (Chinese)
Hong Kong

Japan (English) (Japanese)
Mexico (English) (Spanish)
Middle East
South Africa

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