Rest of The World
More than a third (35.4 per cent) forecast ‘digital leadership advisory’ to be a growing service to businesses in 2019.
"It is extremely disheartening to see the compounding disparities based on race, age and sexual orientation still pertain within the industry."
"We have seen tremendous progress across North America since the oil and gas downturn and we are committed to delivering a consistently high level of service for our clients."
"Membership in NPAworldwide allows independent recruitment firms to more effectively serve their clients and candidates by adding or increasing split placements.”
"Many of the people we spoke to regret not pushing harder for their dream careers."
The report reveals that hiring forecasts are strong on a global level, with the strongest projections in APAC, where 39 per cent of enterprises expect to increase their workforce by 6 per cent or more.
Workers in other Asian countries with rapidly growing economies, such as Vietnam and Thailand, will see major increases to their average salary too and join India towards the top of the global rankings.
As the battle for talent wages on, two-fifths of job-seekers are being hired into new roles only to discover they have the wrong soft skills for the job, and over half (53 per cent) are leaving companies because their personality or work…