Research and insights

In today's rapidly changing global economy people are an increasingly valuable source of sustainable competitive advantage. More than ever, organisations need to change if they are to attract, motivate, manage, develop and reward their people. Organisations that don't evolve risk losing their most valuable assets. PwC's research and insights take a critical look at the HR issues affecting companies and how sound policies can help businesses move ahead.

Next Generation Survey 2016

April 11, 2016

Great Expectations, PwC's surveyed over 250 next gens of family businesses to understand the issues they face as they prepare to take over. What we found is that succession, professionalisation and digital/technology are still top of mind for the next gen.

Moving women with purpose

March 02, 2016

Moving women with purpose. Creating gender inclusive international mobility programmes.

Global Immigration Newsletter - Jan / Feb 2016

February 24, 2016

Welcome to the January/February 2016 issue of our quarterly Global Immigration Newsletter, a round-up of recent trends and developments in corporate immigration around the world.

PwC's Global Economic Crime Survey

February 23, 2016

Economic crime continues to forge new paths into business. Regulatory compliance adds stress and burden to responsible businesses. Read more about this years' survey and results and find out how PwC can help.

The Female Perspective

February 23, 2016

For this year’s Next Generation Survey 2016: The Female Perspective, we decided to look specifically at the women working in family businesses, and hoping - many of them – to take it over one day. What is their experience? Do their experiences differ from their male counterparts? What issues do they face? Do they have the ambition and support they need to succeed, and if not, what factors are holding them back?

Women in Work Index

February 19, 2016

The fourth annual update of the PwC Women in Work Index (WIW) indicates that the UK rose five places to 16th position within the OECD.

19th Annual Global CEO Survey - Key talent findings in the FS industry

February 09, 2016

Seventy per cent of financial services (FS) CEOs see the limited availability of skills as a threat to growth, making this a bigger concern than the disruptive shifts in consumer spending and behaviour and competition from new market entrants. Yet only 28% are changing their focus on the skills and adaptability of their people. Find out more in our new talent in financial services report.

Global HR Technology Survey

February 01, 2016

Innovating for tomorrow’s workforce: Transformation enabled by HR in the Cloud

Bank culture: It's about more than bad apples

November 22, 2015

Organizational change won’t be easy, but regulators from around the world expect it.

APEC New Global Worker Thought Leadership - Three principles for developing supra talent in Asia Pacific

November 21, 2015

Skilled people are on the move across Asia Pacific today in big numbers, from engineers to shipping channel pilots to nurses. In this report, prepared for business advisors to Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC), PwC takes a look at cross-border talented worker mobility.

Developing Global Mobility for the future

November 16, 2015

Developing Global Mobility for the future: Will your tax compliance strategy lead you there?

What’s next for global mobility? The impact of megatrends

November 16, 2015

What’s next for global mobility? The impact of megatrends

An HR Perspective

November 03, 2015

A study of full-time employees across industries and global regions to gain insight into these and related challenges and to illuminate the trends organizations are facing in their efforts to attract, retain, and activate engaged employees.

PwC Young Workers Index: How well are OECD economies developing the potential of their young people?

November 03, 2015

The global financial crisis and the subsequent prolonged periods of recession with sluggish growth led to a sharp rise in youth unemployment rates in many developed economies, but performance has varied considerably across countries. To get a handle on these variations we have compiled a new Young Workers Index that captures a broad range of indicators relating to the participation of young people in employment, education and training for 34 OECD countries over the period since 2006. Switzerland, Germany and Austria come out top of these rankings for 2014.

PwC M&A Integration - Talent Strategy

October 13, 2015

Getting ahead of the next wave: Using M&A to find and retain top talent

Golden Age Index – how well are countries harnessing the power of older workers?

June 24, 2015

Golden Age Index rates success of countries in harnessing economic power of older workers.

People strategy for the digital age: A new take on talent - 18th Annual Global CEO Survey

June 21, 2015

The digital revolution is reshaping the way we live our lives and the way we work. As business strategies undergo a fundamental re-think, so must organisations’ people strategies. A wholesale re-design of work is now required.

Why you can’t scare bankers into doing the right thing

June 15, 2015

Trying to stamp out bad behaviour in financial services is creating a climate of fear. And that risks breeding more unethical conduct, not less - exactly the opposite of what regulators, businesses and the public want. The threat of fines, bonus clawbacks or prison hasn’t halted a string of misselling and market-rigging scandals.

Global Immigration Newsletter: Spring 2015

May 28, 2015

We bring you the latest global immigration updates from across our global network in this spring edition of our global newsletter.

Digital talent: The most extraordinary computer of all

May 27, 2015

The role of people in the digital age.

Next Generation Survey 2016

April 11, 2016

Great Expectations, PwC's surveyed over 250 next gens of family businesses to understand the issues they face as they prepare to take over. What we found is that succession, professionalisation and digital/technology are still top of mind for the next gen.

Moving women with purpose

March 02, 2016

Moving women with purpose. Creating gender inclusive international mobility programmes.

Global Immigration Newsletter - Jan / Feb 2016

February 24, 2016

Welcome to the January/February 2016 issue of our quarterly Global Immigration Newsletter, a round-up of recent trends and developments in corporate immigration around the world.

PwC's Global Economic Crime Survey

February 23, 2016

Economic crime continues to forge new paths into business. Regulatory compliance adds stress and burden to responsible businesses. Read more about this years' survey and results and find out how PwC can help.

The Female Perspective

February 23, 2016

For this year’s Next Generation Survey 2016: The Female Perspective, we decided to look specifically at the women working in family businesses, and hoping - many of them – to take it over one day. What is their experience? Do their experiences differ from their male counterparts? What issues do they face? Do they have the ambition and support they need to succeed, and if not, what factors are holding them back?

Women in Work Index

February 19, 2016

The fourth annual update of the PwC Women in Work Index (WIW) indicates that the UK rose five places to 16th position within the OECD.

19th Annual Global CEO Survey - Key talent findings in the FS industry

February 09, 2016

Seventy per cent of financial services (FS) CEOs see the limited availability of skills as a threat to growth, making this a bigger concern than the disruptive shifts in consumer spending and behaviour and competition from new market entrants. Yet only 28% are changing their focus on the skills and adaptability of their people. Find out more in our new talent in financial services report.

Global HR Technology Survey

February 01, 2016

Innovating for tomorrow’s workforce: Transformation enabled by HR in the Cloud

Bank culture: It's about more than bad apples

November 22, 2015

Organizational change won’t be easy, but regulators from around the world expect it.

APEC New Global Worker Thought Leadership - Three principles for developing supra talent in Asia Pacific

November 21, 2015

Skilled people are on the move across Asia Pacific today in big numbers, from engineers to shipping channel pilots to nurses. In this report, prepared for business advisors to Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC), PwC takes a look at cross-border talented worker mobility.

Developing Global Mobility for the future

November 16, 2015

Developing Global Mobility for the future: Will your tax compliance strategy lead you there?

What’s next for global mobility? The impact of megatrends

November 16, 2015

What’s next for global mobility? The impact of megatrends

An HR Perspective

November 03, 2015

A study of full-time employees across industries and global regions to gain insight into these and related challenges and to illuminate the trends organizations are facing in their efforts to attract, retain, and activate engaged employees.

PwC Young Workers Index: How well are OECD economies developing the potential of their young people?

November 03, 2015

The global financial crisis and the subsequent prolonged periods of recession with sluggish growth led to a sharp rise in youth unemployment rates in many developed economies, but performance has varied considerably across countries. To get a handle on these variations we have compiled a new Young Workers Index that captures a broad range of indicators relating to the participation of young people in employment, education and training for 34 OECD countries over the period since 2006. Switzerland, Germany and Austria come out top of these rankings for 2014.

PwC M&A Integration - Talent Strategy

October 13, 2015

Getting ahead of the next wave: Using M&A to find and retain top talent

Golden Age Index – how well are countries harnessing the power of older workers?

June 24, 2015

Golden Age Index rates success of countries in harnessing economic power of older workers.

People strategy for the digital age: A new take on talent - 18th Annual Global CEO Survey

June 21, 2015

The digital revolution is reshaping the way we live our lives and the way we work. As business strategies undergo a fundamental re-think, so must organisations’ people strategies. A wholesale re-design of work is now required.

Why you can’t scare bankers into doing the right thing

June 15, 2015

Trying to stamp out bad behaviour in financial services is creating a climate of fear. And that risks breeding more unethical conduct, not less - exactly the opposite of what regulators, businesses and the public want. The threat of fines, bonus clawbacks or prison hasn’t halted a string of misselling and market-rigging scandals.

Global Immigration Newsletter: Spring 2015

May 28, 2015

We bring you the latest global immigration updates from across our global network in this spring edition of our global newsletter.

Digital talent: The most extraordinary computer of all

May 27, 2015

The role of people in the digital age.

Global Immigration Newsletter - Jan / Feb 2016

February 24, 2016

Welcome to the January/February 2016 issue of our quarterly Global Immigration Newsletter, a round-up of recent trends and developments in corporate immigration around the world.

Women in Work Index

February 19, 2016

The fourth annual update of the PwC Women in Work Index (WIW) indicates that the UK rose five places to 16th position within the OECD.

Global HR Technology Survey

February 01, 2016

Innovating for tomorrow’s workforce: Transformation enabled by HR in the Cloud

Bank culture: It's about more than bad apples

November 22, 2015

Organizational change won’t be easy, but regulators from around the world expect it.

APEC New Global Worker Thought Leadership - Three principles for developing supra talent in Asia Pacific

November 21, 2015

Skilled people are on the move across Asia Pacific today in big numbers, from engineers to shipping channel pilots to nurses. In this report, prepared for business advisors to Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC), PwC takes a look at cross-border talented worker mobility.

Developing Global Mobility for the future

November 16, 2015

Developing Global Mobility for the future: Will your tax compliance strategy lead you there?

What’s next for global mobility? The impact of megatrends

November 16, 2015

What’s next for global mobility? The impact of megatrends

An HR Perspective

November 03, 2015

A study of full-time employees across industries and global regions to gain insight into these and related challenges and to illuminate the trends organizations are facing in their efforts to attract, retain, and activate engaged employees.

PwC Young Workers Index: How well are OECD economies developing the potential of their young people?

November 03, 2015

The global financial crisis and the subsequent prolonged periods of recession with sluggish growth led to a sharp rise in youth unemployment rates in many developed economies, but performance has varied considerably across countries. To get a handle on these variations we have compiled a new Young Workers Index that captures a broad range of indicators relating to the participation of young people in employment, education and training for 34 OECD countries over the period since 2006. Switzerland, Germany and Austria come out top of these rankings for 2014.

PwC M&A Integration - Talent Strategy

October 13, 2015

Getting ahead of the next wave: Using M&A to find and retain top talent

Golden Age Index – how well are countries harnessing the power of older workers?

June 24, 2015

Golden Age Index rates success of countries in harnessing economic power of older workers.

People strategy for the digital age: A new take on talent - 18th Annual Global CEO Survey

June 21, 2015

The digital revolution is reshaping the way we live our lives and the way we work. As business strategies undergo a fundamental re-think, so must organisations’ people strategies. A wholesale re-design of work is now required.

Why you can’t scare bankers into doing the right thing

June 15, 2015

Trying to stamp out bad behaviour in financial services is creating a climate of fear. And that risks breeding more unethical conduct, not less - exactly the opposite of what regulators, businesses and the public want. The threat of fines, bonus clawbacks or prison hasn’t halted a string of misselling and market-rigging scandals.

Global Immigration Newsletter: Spring 2015

May 28, 2015

We bring you the latest global immigration updates from across our global network in this spring edition of our global newsletter.

Digital talent: The most extraordinary computer of all

May 27, 2015

The role of people in the digital age.

The connected workforce is talking SMAC. Are you ready?

May 18, 2015

By combining four technologies--social, mobile, analytics, and cloud (SMAC)--leading companies are aspiring to become something new: "a connected workforce". To achieve a truly connected workforce, organizations need to do more than simply invest in and install SMAC technologies. The power for the organization lies in the ability of the connected workforce to combine SMAC in new ways that drive insight, spur innovation and create value. The impact can be significant--improving products and services, increasing operational efficiency and providing greater customer and employee engagement.

The most extraordinary technology of all

May 16, 2015

Organisations and their leaders are preoccupied with keeping up with the pace of digital change and terrified of being left behind. Forming a digital, and often technology-led roadmap, is now top of the business agenda. But can success really be down to machines and technology alone?

The hidden talent: 10 ways to identify and retain transformational leaders

May 07, 2015

In a world that is changing at an unprecedented pace, organisational transformation is crucial for survival – but harder than ever to execute successfully. All the more so since the leaders capable of such transformations are in extremely short supply. Latest research with Harthill Consulting in 2015 reveals that less than 10% of leaders today have the right skills to lead successful transformational change.

Trends in People Analytics - With excerpts from the 2015 PwC Saratoga Benchmarks

May 05, 2015

PwC’s Trends in People Analytics report highlights our recently published 2015 PwC Saratoga US benchmark data, as well as the implications for people analytics functions and key trends for consideration.

Skilled for the future: simplifying the UK skills system

April 22, 2015

The skills system in the UK has been the subject of significant change over the last 10 years, with new funding agencies and policies, new qualifications and a greater focus on employers’ needs. However, the UK is still facing a shortage of skills and the complexity of the current system, combined with probable budget cuts and employer concerns over the availability of suitable skills training means the UK could face a future of shrinking economic capability and skilled job creation.

Next Generation Survey 2016

April 11, 2016

Great Expectations, PwC's surveyed over 250 next gens of family businesses to understand the issues they face as they prepare to take over. What we found is that succession, professionalisation and digital/technology are still top of mind for the next gen.

Moving women with purpose

March 02, 2016

Moving women with purpose. Creating gender inclusive international mobility programmes.

Global Immigration Newsletter - Jan / Feb 2016

February 24, 2016

Welcome to the January/February 2016 issue of our quarterly Global Immigration Newsletter, a round-up of recent trends and developments in corporate immigration around the world.

PwC's Global Economic Crime Survey

February 23, 2016

Economic crime continues to forge new paths into business. Regulatory compliance adds stress and burden to responsible businesses. Read more about this years' survey and results and find out how PwC can help.

The Female Perspective

February 23, 2016

For this year’s Next Generation Survey 2016: The Female Perspective, we decided to look specifically at the women working in family businesses, and hoping - many of them – to take it over one day. What is their experience? Do their experiences differ from their male counterparts? What issues do they face? Do they have the ambition and support they need to succeed, and if not, what factors are holding them back?

Women in Work Index

February 19, 2016

The fourth annual update of the PwC Women in Work Index (WIW) indicates that the UK rose five places to 16th position within the OECD.

19th Annual Global CEO Survey - Key talent findings in the FS industry

February 09, 2016

Seventy per cent of financial services (FS) CEOs see the limited availability of skills as a threat to growth, making this a bigger concern than the disruptive shifts in consumer spending and behaviour and competition from new market entrants. Yet only 28% are changing their focus on the skills and adaptability of their people. Find out more in our new talent in financial services report.

Global HR Technology Survey

February 01, 2016

Innovating for tomorrow’s workforce: Transformation enabled by HR in the Cloud

Bank culture: It's about more than bad apples

November 22, 2015

Organizational change won’t be easy, but regulators from around the world expect it.

APEC New Global Worker Thought Leadership - Three principles for developing supra talent in Asia Pacific

November 21, 2015

Skilled people are on the move across Asia Pacific today in big numbers, from engineers to shipping channel pilots to nurses. In this report, prepared for business advisors to Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC), PwC takes a look at cross-border talented worker mobility.

Developing Global Mobility for the future

November 16, 2015

Developing Global Mobility for the future: Will your tax compliance strategy lead you there?

What’s next for global mobility? The impact of megatrends

November 16, 2015

What’s next for global mobility? The impact of megatrends

An HR Perspective

November 03, 2015

A study of full-time employees across industries and global regions to gain insight into these and related challenges and to illuminate the trends organizations are facing in their efforts to attract, retain, and activate engaged employees.

PwC Young Workers Index: How well are OECD economies developing the potential of their young people?

November 03, 2015

The global financial crisis and the subsequent prolonged periods of recession with sluggish growth led to a sharp rise in youth unemployment rates in many developed economies, but performance has varied considerably across countries. To get a handle on these variations we have compiled a new Young Workers Index that captures a broad range of indicators relating to the participation of young people in employment, education and training for 34 OECD countries over the period since 2006. Switzerland, Germany and Austria come out top of these rankings for 2014.

PwC M&A Integration - Talent Strategy

October 13, 2015

Getting ahead of the next wave: Using M&A to find and retain top talent

Golden Age Index – how well are countries harnessing the power of older workers?

June 24, 2015

Golden Age Index rates success of countries in harnessing economic power of older workers.

People strategy for the digital age: A new take on talent - 18th Annual Global CEO Survey

June 21, 2015

The digital revolution is reshaping the way we live our lives and the way we work. As business strategies undergo a fundamental re-think, so must organisations’ people strategies. A wholesale re-design of work is now required.

Why you can’t scare bankers into doing the right thing

June 15, 2015

Trying to stamp out bad behaviour in financial services is creating a climate of fear. And that risks breeding more unethical conduct, not less - exactly the opposite of what regulators, businesses and the public want. The threat of fines, bonus clawbacks or prison hasn’t halted a string of misselling and market-rigging scandals.

Global Immigration Newsletter: Spring 2015

May 28, 2015

We bring you the latest global immigration updates from across our global network in this spring edition of our global newsletter.

Digital talent: The most extraordinary computer of all

May 27, 2015

The role of people in the digital age.

Next Generation Survey 2016

April 11, 2016

Great Expectations, PwC's surveyed over 250 next gens of family businesses to understand the issues they face as they prepare to take over. What we found is that succession, professionalisation and digital/technology are still top of mind for the next gen.

Moving women with purpose

March 02, 2016

Moving women with purpose. Creating gender inclusive international mobility programmes.

Global Immigration Newsletter - Jan / Feb 2016

February 24, 2016

Welcome to the January/February 2016 issue of our quarterly Global Immigration Newsletter, a round-up of recent trends and developments in corporate immigration around the world.

PwC's Global Economic Crime Survey

February 23, 2016

Economic crime continues to forge new paths into business. Regulatory compliance adds stress and burden to responsible businesses. Read more about this years' survey and results and find out how PwC can help.

The Female Perspective

February 23, 2016

For this year’s Next Generation Survey 2016: The Female Perspective, we decided to look specifically at the women working in family businesses, and hoping - many of them – to take it over one day. What is their experience? Do their experiences differ from their male counterparts? What issues do they face? Do they have the ambition and support they need to succeed, and if not, what factors are holding them back?

Women in Work Index

February 19, 2016

The fourth annual update of the PwC Women in Work Index (WIW) indicates that the UK rose five places to 16th position within the OECD.

19th Annual Global CEO Survey - Key talent findings in the FS industry

February 09, 2016

Seventy per cent of financial services (FS) CEOs see the limited availability of skills as a threat to growth, making this a bigger concern than the disruptive shifts in consumer spending and behaviour and competition from new market entrants. Yet only 28% are changing their focus on the skills and adaptability of their people. Find out more in our new talent in financial services report.

Global HR Technology Survey

February 01, 2016

Innovating for tomorrow’s workforce: Transformation enabled by HR in the Cloud

Bank culture: It's about more than bad apples

November 22, 2015

Organizational change won’t be easy, but regulators from around the world expect it.

APEC New Global Worker Thought Leadership - Three principles for developing supra talent in Asia Pacific

November 21, 2015

Skilled people are on the move across Asia Pacific today in big numbers, from engineers to shipping channel pilots to nurses. In this report, prepared for business advisors to Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC), PwC takes a look at cross-border talented worker mobility.

Developing Global Mobility for the future

November 16, 2015

Developing Global Mobility for the future: Will your tax compliance strategy lead you there?

What’s next for global mobility? The impact of megatrends

November 16, 2015

What’s next for global mobility? The impact of megatrends

An HR Perspective

November 03, 2015

A study of full-time employees across industries and global regions to gain insight into these and related challenges and to illuminate the trends organizations are facing in their efforts to attract, retain, and activate engaged employees.

PwC Young Workers Index: How well are OECD economies developing the potential of their young people?

November 03, 2015

The global financial crisis and the subsequent prolonged periods of recession with sluggish growth led to a sharp rise in youth unemployment rates in many developed economies, but performance has varied considerably across countries. To get a handle on these variations we have compiled a new Young Workers Index that captures a broad range of indicators relating to the participation of young people in employment, education and training for 34 OECD countries over the period since 2006. Switzerland, Germany and Austria come out top of these rankings for 2014.

PwC M&A Integration - Talent Strategy

October 13, 2015

Getting ahead of the next wave: Using M&A to find and retain top talent

Golden Age Index – how well are countries harnessing the power of older workers?

June 24, 2015

Golden Age Index rates success of countries in harnessing economic power of older workers.

People strategy for the digital age: A new take on talent - 18th Annual Global CEO Survey

June 21, 2015

The digital revolution is reshaping the way we live our lives and the way we work. As business strategies undergo a fundamental re-think, so must organisations’ people strategies. A wholesale re-design of work is now required.

Why you can’t scare bankers into doing the right thing

June 15, 2015

Trying to stamp out bad behaviour in financial services is creating a climate of fear. And that risks breeding more unethical conduct, not less - exactly the opposite of what regulators, businesses and the public want. The threat of fines, bonus clawbacks or prison hasn’t halted a string of misselling and market-rigging scandals.

Global Immigration Newsletter: Spring 2015

May 28, 2015

We bring you the latest global immigration updates from across our global network in this spring edition of our global newsletter.

Digital talent: The most extraordinary computer of all

May 27, 2015

The role of people in the digital age.

Next Generation Survey 2016

April 11, 2016

Great Expectations, PwC's surveyed over 250 next gens of family businesses to understand the issues they face as they prepare to take over. What we found is that succession, professionalisation and digital/technology are still top of mind for the next gen.

Moving women with purpose

March 02, 2016

Moving women with purpose. Creating gender inclusive international mobility programmes.

Global Immigration Newsletter - Jan / Feb 2016

February 24, 2016

Welcome to the January/February 2016 issue of our quarterly Global Immigration Newsletter, a round-up of recent trends and developments in corporate immigration around the world.

PwC's Global Economic Crime Survey

February 23, 2016

Economic crime continues to forge new paths into business. Regulatory compliance adds stress and burden to responsible businesses. Read more about this years' survey and results and find out how PwC can help.

The Female Perspective

February 23, 2016

For this year’s Next Generation Survey 2016: The Female Perspective, we decided to look specifically at the women working in family businesses, and hoping - many of them – to take it over one day. What is their experience? Do their experiences differ from their male counterparts? What issues do they face? Do they have the ambition and support they need to succeed, and if not, what factors are holding them back?

Women in Work Index

February 19, 2016

The fourth annual update of the PwC Women in Work Index (WIW) indicates that the UK rose five places to 16th position within the OECD.

19th Annual Global CEO Survey - Key talent findings in the FS industry

February 09, 2016

Seventy per cent of financial services (FS) CEOs see the limited availability of skills as a threat to growth, making this a bigger concern than the disruptive shifts in consumer spending and behaviour and competition from new market entrants. Yet only 28% are changing their focus on the skills and adaptability of their people. Find out more in our new talent in financial services report.

Global HR Technology Survey

February 01, 2016

Innovating for tomorrow’s workforce: Transformation enabled by HR in the Cloud

Bank culture: It's about more than bad apples

November 22, 2015

Organizational change won’t be easy, but regulators from around the world expect it.

APEC New Global Worker Thought Leadership - Three principles for developing supra talent in Asia Pacific

November 21, 2015

Skilled people are on the move across Asia Pacific today in big numbers, from engineers to shipping channel pilots to nurses. In this report, prepared for business advisors to Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC), PwC takes a look at cross-border talented worker mobility.

Developing Global Mobility for the future

November 16, 2015

Developing Global Mobility for the future: Will your tax compliance strategy lead you there?

What’s next for global mobility? The impact of megatrends

November 16, 2015

What’s next for global mobility? The impact of megatrends

An HR Perspective

November 03, 2015

A study of full-time employees across industries and global regions to gain insight into these and related challenges and to illuminate the trends organizations are facing in their efforts to attract, retain, and activate engaged employees.

PwC Young Workers Index: How well are OECD economies developing the potential of their young people?

November 03, 2015

The global financial crisis and the subsequent prolonged periods of recession with sluggish growth led to a sharp rise in youth unemployment rates in many developed economies, but performance has varied considerably across countries. To get a handle on these variations we have compiled a new Young Workers Index that captures a broad range of indicators relating to the participation of young people in employment, education and training for 34 OECD countries over the period since 2006. Switzerland, Germany and Austria come out top of these rankings for 2014.

PwC M&A Integration - Talent Strategy

October 13, 2015

Getting ahead of the next wave: Using M&A to find and retain top talent

Golden Age Index – how well are countries harnessing the power of older workers?

June 24, 2015

Golden Age Index rates success of countries in harnessing economic power of older workers.

People strategy for the digital age: A new take on talent - 18th Annual Global CEO Survey

June 21, 2015

The digital revolution is reshaping the way we live our lives and the way we work. As business strategies undergo a fundamental re-think, so must organisations’ people strategies. A wholesale re-design of work is now required.

Why you can’t scare bankers into doing the right thing

June 15, 2015

Trying to stamp out bad behaviour in financial services is creating a climate of fear. And that risks breeding more unethical conduct, not less - exactly the opposite of what regulators, businesses and the public want. The threat of fines, bonus clawbacks or prison hasn’t halted a string of misselling and market-rigging scandals.

Global Immigration Newsletter: Spring 2015

May 28, 2015

We bring you the latest global immigration updates from across our global network in this spring edition of our global newsletter.

Digital talent: The most extraordinary computer of all

May 27, 2015

The role of people in the digital age.