Our Workforce 2020 program is winding down

As our Workforce 2020 program heads toward the finish line, we will be posting less frequently on this blog. Of course, we continue to analyze the data—we’re currently working on a short paper specific to the financial services industry, and our series of webinars will run through the next few months.

This research program has taught us a lot about what really matters to employees—Millennials and non-Millennials alike—and how much work executives need to do to meet those needs and achieve their HR goals. We hope the research we’ve documented here has both helped your company change its workforce strategies and made you consider your own needs as an employee. 

Thanks, as always, for reading. We will keep you posted as more of our papers and infographics become available, and probably won’t be able to resist the urge to post when we come across a particularly relevant article online.  Until then, you can access the reports at Oxford Economics’ Workforce 2020 landing page or the SuccessFactors project page.

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Don’t miss today’s free webinar

Don’t miss the final webinar in our Workforce 2020 series today at 1 pm ET/10 am PT.

Oxford Economics’ Technology Practice Lead Ed Cone will be speaking with PwC’s Sayed Sadjady and SAP’s David Swanson on how companies are bridging the skills gap in their companies. The hosts will also be taking questions from the audience about best practices for cultivating strong learning and development programs.

Today’s attendees will earn a unit of credit toward HRCI certification. Register here.

Register for our webinar on The Learning Mandate

You can still register for the last webinar in our Workforce 2020 series, Bridging the Skills Gap: The Learning Mandate. Next Wednesday, January 14, Oxford Economics’ Technology Practice Lead Ed Cone will be speaking with PwC’s Sayed Sadjady and SAP’s David Swanson on how companies are approaching learning and development.

Attendees will be able to participate in a question and answer session with the hosts and will earn a unit of credit toward HRCI certification. You can register for the webinar here.

Workforce 2020 webinars to continue in 2015

We are starting off 2015 with a handful of new webinars on our Workforce 2020 research.

On Wednesday, January 14, Oxford Economics’ Technology Practice Lead will be speaking with PwC’s Sayed Sadjady and SAP’s David Swanson on how companies are approaching learning and development.

Attendees will earn a unit of credit toward HRCI certification. Click here to register.

Later in the month, stay tuned for other upcoming webinars that focus on the retail and financial services industries.

Setting goals for the year ahead

Many use this quiet time at the end of the year to reflect upon the last year’s accomplishments and set strategies for the month ahead.

As you think about your work strategies for the new year—including how you approach leadership, development, and even what is most important to you as an employee—check out our Workforce 2020 research. You can see the reports, fact sheets, and infographics on the SuccessFactors landing page, as well as our series of webinars on-demand.

Now you can listen to our webinar on What Matters Most at Work

Did you miss our webinar on What Matters Most at Work?

Now you can catch it on-demand–click here to hear Ed Cone, Technology Practice Lead at Oxford Economics, talk with IBM’s Sheila McGovern and SAP’s David Swanson about the benefits and incentives that are most important to employees today.

And of course, we’ll keep you posted on the next webinar in our series. You can register for The Learning Mandate, scheduled for January 14, on the SuccessFactors Workforce 2020 events page.