As the world becomes a smaller place and companies are dipping more into Global Talent pools, it is interesting to see how employees view countries as a place to live and work.
Whilst I have heard that Denmark is a great place, my over riding perception is that it is very expensive and high on tax! However, it is number one!
For many hiring managers, talent acquisition teams or indeed recruiters, it is unlikely that they have this first hand knowledge and so this robust research data is enlightening and critical information for developing a campaign to entice talent to your required geographical locations.
From Denmark to Canada, countries around the world differ in what they offer employees. And some countries seem to have it a little better than others. Scoring a 7.5 out of 10 on the employee happiness meter, Denmark takes the cake for one of the best countries to work in. On average, people work 37 hours a week and get 100 percent paid sick leave for 30 days out of the year.