Global Talent Trends Studie 2021

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With a global pandemic kicking off 2020, the new decade has been filled not only with fevered discussions about our health, wealth, jobs and well-being – but about the impact on our collective futures too. We’ve embraced new technologies more rapidly than we could have imagined. We’ve adopted remote working at speed. And the health and safety of our people has never been more critical.

COVID-19 didn’t just invade bodies, it exposed cracks in existing structures and accelerated change towards what was previously termed the ‘future of work’.

The four trends Mercer uncovered last year have not only endured an extraordinary year, they have grown in relevance. What is critical now is how companies act.

Read more about priorities, best practices and recommended actions for the corporate agenda in Germany, Austria and Switzerland in the Mercer Global Talent Trends 2021 DACH Report. Explore Mercer’s refreshed 2020–2021 Global Talent Trends Report and new 23 geography companion editions to understand the priorities setting the agenda for 2021 globally and locally.

Focus on futures
Work together to ensure people thrive now and in the future.

Energize the experience
Inspire and invigorate people by redesigning the work experience.

Sense with science
See ahead by augmenting Al with human intuition.

Race to reskill
Transform the workforce for a new world economy.

You can find a press release with the most important results for Germany here.

Discover what the trends mean for you and your business

Our webcast on Global Talent Trends 2021 presents the most important insights for Germany, Austria and Switzerland and sheds light on what we can derive from the global trends for our HR practices.

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