The Total Workforce Index™ (TWI) from ManpowerGroup can help organisations identify the most beneficial locations to invest in workforce engagement. The 2019 TWI provides an extensive amount of information at a local market level which can define workforce characteristics and support sourcing strategies, compensation levels and productivity measurements.
Today we look at the UK’s statistics to determine how the country ranks against 74 other markets and how the country’s standing has changed in recent years.
How does the UK workforce rank globally?
For the second year in a row the United Kingdom was ranked as the strongest country within the EMEA region for workforce engagement. The 33.87 million strong workforce continues to lead the European region with its impressive combination of talent availability and flexible regulations. Further details on the UK’s standing versus that of other markets within the EMEA region can be viewed in the full report.
When all the factors of the Total Workforce Index™ are considered, the UK ranks as the 4th strongest country globally in 2019. Moving from 9th place in 2016, the UK’s performance has consistently improved over the last four years and has kept the country in the top ten markets for workforce engagement.
The Top Ten Markets Over the Years:
Since 2016, the UK is the only country in the top ten to see annual positive movement in its global ranking.
View our complete UK market infographic today to gain further insights into the market’s performance including:
- A breakdown of the top five EMEA markets in categories including productivity and availability
- Additional key statistics on the UK’s workforce
- The 2019 ranking of the global top 5 markets for workforce engagement.
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