Eric House from Worldwide ERC explains how research exploring global employee sentiment shows how employees are feeling about their future prospects, revealing that US employees are still interested in relocation, despite the challenges.
Every region of the world has felt the drastic effects of the coronavirus on multiple levels from the personal to the professional. Taking its toll on the global economy and the workforce, the pandemic continues to be a barrier for workers around the world. Research exploring global employee sentiment shows how employees are feeling about their future prospects, revealing that US employees are still up for relocation, despite the challenges that may come with it.
COVID-19 and its effect on employee sentiment
Between February and May 2020, DSJ Global surveyed employees from Asia Pacific, Europe, the Middle East and the United States and across sectors such as procurement, supply chain, logistics, and technical operations. While the majority of respondents came from APAC (55%), Germany also featured heavily (31%), while the Southeast and Northeast regions of the US featured most prominently in respondents, who ranged from entry-level to senior executives ...