Human Resources (HR) Consulting
Kennedy’s exclusive research offers details on market demand for, and profiles of, leading firms that provide consulting services aimed at managing the employee "lifecycle"; the people component of change management; and improving the effectiveness of the HR function. These services also include work in, and around, benefits programs; talent management; and HR technology.
Core Market Research and HR Consulting Firm Profiles
- Human Resources Consulting Market Index 2013: Quarter 1
Although a great deal of HR benefits work centers around reducing and mitigating corporate and public sector risk in the defined benefits plans, legal changes in the definitions of full- and part-time employees — as well as new rules concerning executive and board compensation — have increased consulting demand in some of the HR benefits subsegments. Now, refer to Kennedy’s timely study for consulting providers, where you’ll find all the facts and figures, including current market size and growth forecasts by HR consulting segment and geographic region; key market share and consulting spending numbers; and rankings of the top HR, HR Benefits, and North American HR consulting practices by revenue and market share.
- Human Capital Strategy Consulting
Among the many trends examined in Kennedy’s new study, workers on both ends of the age spectrum will increasingly be involved in the workforce, translating into a social phenomenon where three generations are working side by side. Managing employee engagement in the multigenerational workforce requires strong leaders and tailored employee value propositions. Learn more about these and other factors driving engagements — plus new opportunities and key capabilities among top consulting firms leading the way in this small, yet high-growth segment. The research clearly illustrates each leading consulting firm’s core competencies, strengths and weaknesses, while providing detailed analysis across provider segments, geographic regions, and client industries.
- Global Consulting Index 2012
Despite ongoing turmoil in the global economy, recent relative stability gave corporate leaders the confidence to invest in future growth, yielding the highest growth rates in consulting spending since the Great Recession began. Now, with Kennedy analysts seeing robust activity across service lines in both mature and emerging markets, uncover the hard data behind the big picture with exclusive research on Global consulting market size and growth forecasts by service line, geographic region, and client industry; key market share and consulting spending numbers; and rankings of the largest consulting practices in each service segment by revenue and market share.
- Human Resources Consulting Index 2012
Despite gloomy indicators in certain HR segments and geographic regions, HR consulting providers have still achieved impressive growth in comparatively strong and/or recovering markets, as well as some emerging markets. Look to Kennedy’s exclusive study for consulting providers for all the facts and figures, including current market size and growth forecasts by HR consulting segment, geographic region, and client industry; key market share and consulting spending numbers; and rankings of the top 20 HR consulting practices by revenue and market share.
- Change Management Consulting Market
No longer relegated to end of project, “nice to have” status, Change Management is not only getting its due diligence, it’s becoming a worldwide movement. This new level of executive commitment to a culture of change and organizational agility spells opportunity for clients and consultants alike. Kennedy’s timely new report leads the way, clearly illustrating the leading Change Management consulting firms’ core competencies, strengths and weaknesses, while providing detailed analysis across consulting client industries, key geographic regions, and the four major Change Management consulting segments.
Human Resource Consulting Firm
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Fee Levels and Utilization Rates
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- Target and actual utilization rates
- Service type and career levels analyzed
|Compensation in Human Resources
- Salary levels across the profession
- Annual bonus analysis
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