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About the Global Employer Survey
Our research explores the connection between different priorities across four key themes.
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- Company culture
- Employee engagement
- Employee financial wellness
- Employee physical and emotional wellbeing
- Environmental sustainability
- Integrating diversity & inclusion into benefits and workplace culture
- Employee geographic mobility
- Independent/contract workers
- Major workforce change
- Talent acquisition
- Talent development
- Talent retention
- Workforce diversity
- Competitive compensation & benefits
- Employee benefits usage
- Employee retirement readiness
- Mitigating benefit cost increases
- Crisis management/navigating COVID-19
- Implementing new technologies
- Managing risk
- Navigating economic conditions
- Political & regulatory issues
- Remote & hybrid working arrangements
- Translating global strategy into practice regionally
The survey sample consisted of 1,002 senior leaders at U.S. and non-U.S. based MNCs where the company has a presence in two or more international markets (average = 10), employs at least 1,000 workers, is for-profit or non-profit (government bodies were excluded), in some cases there may be responses from more than one senior leader from a particular company.
The survey was conducted by Dynata, a third-party market research company using their global research panel in conjunction with their partner vendors. The survey was fielded in March 2023.
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