D&I Changemakers Conference 2022

December 1-2, 2022 | Poland

D&I Changemakers Conference 2022
The conference is designed with a broad spectrum of business-sector stakeholders in mind. Our goal is to share up-to-date knowledge and best practice, as well as fresh inspirations, based on research and daily experience of large companies. In short, where we are and what D&I means today and tomorrow!

Spotlight

This info graphic about the mood of the global labor market is summarizing the major trends of the latest Kelly Global Workforce Index research. Only 31% of workers are committed to their current employer, a sharp decline from 2012 (43%).


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Spotlight

This info graphic about the mood of the global labor market is summarizing the major trends of the latest Kelly Global Workforce Index research. Only 31% of workers are committed to their current employer, a sharp decline from 2012 (43%).

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