McKinsey & Company

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India / McKinsey calls for an ‘inclusive reforms’ to reduce poverty

Pursuing an “inclusive reforms” agenda that boosts investments and generates more jobs will help to significantly reduce poverty in India, where over half of the population struggle to meet their essential needs, McKinsey Global Institute (MGI) said today.  MGI, business and economics research arm of global consultancy major McKinsey & Company, has also projected that … Continue reading

Job Search Interview / Top 25 Most Difficult Companies (2013) by Glassdoor Blog

Glassdoor’s third annual report of the Top 25 Most Difficult Companies to Interview (2013)*, uncovers which companies have the toughest interview process Continue reading

Motivating people / Beyond money

Numerous studies have concluded that for people with satisfactory salaries, some nonfinancial motivators are more effective than extra cash in building long-term employee engagement in most sectors, job functions, and business contexts. Many financial rewards mainly generate short-term boosts of energy, which can have damaging unintended consequences. Continue reading

US Grads / Being overqualified, they express regrets finds McKinsey

McKinsey partnered with Chegg Inc. to conduct a survey that gauges the attitudes of more than 4,900 recent graduates on a range of issues. The mix included attendees of four-year and two-year private and public colleges, as well as vocational and for-profit institutions. The survey primarily focused on students who graduated between 2009 and 2012, … Continue reading

The State of Human Capital: “people processes” are failing to keep pace

Human capital professionals are struggling to meet the needs of an-ever changing global business landscape. As global markets and technology evolve, “people processes” are failing to keep pace. While tremendous strides have been made over the past decade in areas like workplace diversity and flexibility, the human capital function has largely lagged behind in effecting … Continue reading

The Global Skill Gap: 38 million to 40 million fewer workers with tertiary education than employers will need

Over the past three decades, as developing economies industrialized and began to compete in world markets, a global labor market started taking shape. As more than one billion people entered the labor force, a massive movement from “farm to factory” sharply accelerated growth of productivity and per capita GDP in China and other traditionally rural … Continue reading

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