HRO Today Worker Confidence Index. [Now Including Q3 2020] Historically, there hasn't been a single index to calculate worker confidence within an organization; that is until now.
HRO Today Magazine partnered with and set out on a mission: to develop a proven index to measure U.S. worker confidence and optimism in their job security. After twenty four quarterly surveys, the results demonstrated significant correlations between worker sentiment and other widely used and trusted indices; including Consumer Confidence Index (CCI) and to the GDP.
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They long provided the organizing principles for how work should happen. Going to work meant joining your colleagues in a building from 9 to 5, with dedicated space for each functional group and the execs on the top floor. Collaboration meant a whiteboard and conversation dominated by the most assertive voices. Making a decision meant calling a meeting of the leadership team. And culture meant all the behaviors and norms—good and bad—that happened in that traditional setting. Instead of questioning whether this was the best way to work and build successful teams, we used the office as a crutch. The pandemic has given us a golden opportunity to redesign the world of work. Total Workforce Index - Assess Relative Ease of Sourcing and Retaining Workforce Skills in Competing Global Labor Markets.
Microsoft Work Trend Index - Measures Productivity in New COVID-19 Work Environment. Employment Trends Index™ (ETI) The Conference Board Employment Trends Index™ (ETI) An aggregate of eight labor-market indicators that shows underlying trends in employment conditions.
Data series: 1973 – present. 06 Apr. 2020 Download complete press release The Conference Board Employment Trends Index™ (ETI) Plummeted in March COVID-19 outbreak causes historic decline in the index Download the National Historical Table. The Conference Board Employment Trends Index™ (ETI) plummeted in March, following a decline in February. “The Employment Trends Index plummeted in March, almost entirely due to the historically large increase in initial claims for unemployment,” said Gad Levanon, Head of The Conference Board Labor Markets Institute. March’s decrease was fueled by negative contributions from seven of the eight components. The Employment Trends Index aggregates eight labor-market indicators, each of which has proven accurate in its own area. *Statistical imputation for the recent month About The Conference Board May 11 June 8. People Ticker Labor Index.
The Online Labour Index - Provides an Online Gig Economy Equivalent of Conventional Labour Market Statistics. The Online Labour Index (OLI) is the first economic indicator that provides an online gig economy equivalent of conventional labour market statistics.
HRO Today Worker Confidence Index. ADP Workforce Vitality Report. Hays Global Skills Index - Professional Global Labor market. ASA Data Dashboard - American Staffing Association. Contingent and Alternative Employment Arrangements. Bureau of Labor Statistics Wage Data by Area and Occupation. BLS wage data are available by occupation for the nation, regions, states, and many metropolitan and nonmetropolitan areas.
National Wage Data For over 800 occupations. Data are classified using the Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) System.Data by job characteristics and the level of difficulty and complexity of work.For about 400 industries. Occupational wage data for sector, 3-, 4- and 5-digit North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) industries.Data by occupation and gender Data for men and for women in 200 occupations. Wage Data by State By state. 50 states plus District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico, and Virgin Islands.Data by job characteristics and the level of difficulty and complexity of work.
Wage Data by Metropolitan Area For 375 metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs), 34 metropolitan divisions, and over 170 nonmetropolitan areas. PayScale Index - National Compensation Trends for The United States. Five of the 32 metro areas included in the PayScale index experienced negative quarter-over-quarter wage growth.
Four were in the Midwest: Detroit (-0.7 percent), Kansas City (-0.3), Minneapolis (-0.1), and Chicago (-0.1). Long-term wage growth is strongest in San Francisco, San Diego, Austin, and Denver. Business Talent Group Skills Index.