The 2017 Unisys Security Index has revealed a global uplift in anxiety around cyber and physical security with a 20% increase in overall security concern since 2014. Identity theft and bankcard fraud are the leading global threats, while developed countries show a dramatic rise in security concerns overall. Surprisingly, consumers are more worried about these issues than even their own personal safety.
Millennials at Work: The Can Do, Will Do Generation
By 2020, Millennials will make up 35% of the global workforce. ManpowerGroup’s global research powered by Reputation Leaders found Millennials work as hard, if not harder than other generations, and are optimistic about their careers. They prioritize money, people and purpose. With career ultra-marathons ahead, Millennials are focused on developing the skills to ensure their employment security and build a “career for me.”Read More
A survey of 304 senior board members at FTSE 350 companies by Reputation Leaders for The Times and Odgers Berndtson, the recruitment company, suggests that while Brexit could possibly add millions onto their costs, most UK big businesses have yet to invest in contingency plans beyond June 23rd. Read More
By 2020, Millennials will make up over a third of the global workforce (35%) and their presence is changing the world of work and redefining employer- employee relationships.
ManpowerGroup commissioned thought leadership consultancy Reputation Leaders to conduct a quantitative global study of 19,000 working Millennials and 1,500 hiring managers across 25 countries to understand what Generation Y wants now and in the future, and help individuals and organizations succeed in this new world of work.
Millennials expect to work career ultramarathons with multiple breaks between jobs: Over half expect to work past age 65 and 12% say they will likely work until the day they die.
During the last quarter of 2015 Reputation Leaders worked with the Croatian Tourist Board and Grayling PR company to discover holiday maker’s views on themselves, and on Croatia as a holiday destination.
The study of 11,000 holiday makers across 11 different countries identified seven vacationer types, based on their ideal vacation recipe. What distinguishes these vacationers from one another was how they viewed themselves, and their travel priorities.Read More