2012 Global Workforce Study: engagement at risk: driving strong performance in a volatile global environment

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Towers Watson (firm)


The 2012 Global Workforce Study provides a snapshot of the attitudes and concerns of 32,000 workers around the world. It sheds light on how employees' views affect their engagement in their work and commitment to their employers, and ultimately, their behavior and performance on the job. As such, it provides us with important insights into the elements of the work environment that help shape employee behavior and performance in positive ways to support growth goals. And it presents a new and more robust definition of engagement - sustainable engagement - designed for the 21st-century...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Employment; Workforce development; Research; Teaching and learning; Performance

Keywords: Employers; Employees; Employment security; Attitude; Analysis; Training; Productivity

Geographic subjects: Oceania; Australia; South America; Argentina; Brazil; Europe; Belgium; France; Germany; Great Britain; Ireland; Italy; Netherlands; Russia; Spain; Sweden; Switzerland; Turkey; North America; Canada; Mexico; United States; Asia; China; Hong Kong (China); India; Indonesia; Japan; Malaysia; Philippines; Singapore; Korea (South); Taiwan; Middle East; United Arab Emirates

Published: [New York, New York?]: Towers Watson, 2012

Physical description: 20 p.

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Also called: 2012 Towers Watson Global Workforce Study

Resource type: Report

Document number: TD/TNC 114.714

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