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The National Study of the Changing Workforce (NSCW), originally conducted by Families and Work Institute (FWI) and now a project of SHRM, is a major study of the U.S. workforce that takes a comprehensive look at employees’ lives both on and off the job. Conducted every five to six years, the NSCW is the only ongoing, nationally representative survey of a large sample of U.S. workers and has tracked emerging trends essential to attracting, engaging and retaining top talent for more than three decades.
Because the NSCW data is so comprehensive it is not released as one report, but rather the NSCW findings are used to create issue-specific research papers on the changing workforce, that provide actionable information for the business community by determining what employers can do to make work “work” more effectively.
HOW THE NATIONAL STUDY OF THE CHANGING WORKFORCE INTEGRATES WITH SHRM'S WHEN WORK WORKS AWARD
REPORTS FROM THE 2016 NSCW
Effective Workplace Index
Coming Soon: Other NSCW Reports
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