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How are your employees feeling right now?

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It can come as no suprise that today's workforce (in all sectors) has serious concerns about job secruity. The fears are most pronounced amongst 18/24 year olds. Read more to know about how employees …

It can come as no suprise that today's workforce (in all sectors) has serious concerns about job secruity. The fears are most pronounced amongst 18/24 year olds. Read more to know about how employees are feeling, workforce engagement and employee satisfaction

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  • 1. How are your employees feeling right now?Workforce engagement and satisfactionIt can come as no suprise that todays workforce (inall sectors) has serious concerns about job secruity.The fears are most pronounced amongst 18/24 yearolds: nearly half of them are worried that they couldloose their job in the next six months, but at the sametime, this is the group thats most confident to findingcomparable employment elsewhere.Signs of optimism?Interestingly, theres one particular group of peoplein the jobs market who are emerging from thedownturn with an optimistic outlook on theirprospects. This group is made up of people who - ofnecessity - have had to learn new skills and take onnew responsibilities as their workplaces havedownsized - they are known as Generation R.Generation R are professionals whove expandedtheir skills by having to work in more flexible teamsduring the recession. They’ve defined new ways of
  • 2. working and don’t want to return to the old. They’rean exceptional resource and slowly but surely thecompetition to hire them is intensifying.What people wantWhich begs the question "whats the right kind ofoffer?"Salary is still a strong differentiator betweenorganisations as far as todays workforce isconcerned, but of equal importance are issues such asa proper career path, good traing and professionaldevelopment programmes. This could well bebecasue amongst those who have upskilled during thepast eighteen months, very few say theyve had anysupport of training to assist them.Add to that the fact that at least half the workforcefeels its skills are being under-utilised, and this callfor a stronger focus on developing people’s skillscould be a key factor in deciding people whether tostay or go should the opportunity present itself.About Major PlayersHeadquartered in Covent Garden, London, MajorPlayers’ team of more than 80 consultants providesfreelance and permanent personnel. The firm recruitsfor various advertising jobs, marketing, design,digital media, events, interactive media, creative,design, PR jobs in UK.for more information visithttp://www.majorplayers.co.uk/
  • 3. ContactMajorPlayers: +44(0)207 836 4041Mike Iannella: mike.iannella@majorplayers.co.ukCharley Caines: charley.caines@majorplayers.co.uk

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