COVID-19: Smart solutions for recovery
How health care and life sciences organizations can scale analytics and artificial intelligence solutions
COVID-19 has pushed the health care industry to adapt to a quickly evolving landscape. To recover and then thrive, companies need to prepare for the long-term integration of some of the advanced data tools created during the pandemic.
Small and medium business roadmap for recovery & beyond: Workbook
The Small and medium business roadmap for recovery & beyond workbook takes some of the complexity out of the situation and giving small and medium business some of the tools needed to drive your business through recovery and beyond.
Returning to work in the future of work
Embracing purpose, potential, perspective, and possibility during COVID-19
In this companion piece, we have reinterpreted the themes outlined in our 2020 Global Human Capital Trends report to offer a set of reflections, recommendations, and frameworks that could prove crucial in the recovery from this crisis.
The upskilling imperative
Building a future-ready workforce for the AI age
It’s time for companies and individuals to embrace the upskilling imperative. For companies, upskilling enables them to build a future-ready workforce; for individuals, it’s a way to keep their skills relevant and stay future-ready themselves.
COVID-19 : Steering recovery with precision
Gov 4.0 and the future of public policy
This most recent reports offers perspective on how steering the economic and social recovery can be enabled through increased precision in public policy. It examines how governments can deploy mainstream digital solutions for data-driven insights, digital communications and virtualization of service
COVID-19: Managing contractual relationships in the face of disruption
Meeting contractual obligations during a non-essential work suspension
The suspension of non-essential operations will impact a business's ability to meet its existing contractual obligations. We outline why organizations must understand contractual risk exposure and mitigate that risk to provide more robust protection through times of extraordinary circumstance.
COVID-19: Confronting uncertainty through and beyond the crisis
The power of scenario-thinking to enhance decision-making
No country, company, executive team, or individual leader will be immune from COVID-19’s impact. No strategy will survive fully intact. Scenario-thinking and sensing capabilities can strengthen the courage and conviction of executives to lead through these unique times.
COVID-19 and the board: A chair’s point of view
Five principles of a strong board during crisis
This perspective examines how the work of boards at this pivotal moment will be a critical factor in an organization’s ability to emerge from the current crisis and push forward into a new era of economic recovery and opportunity for the benefit of all stakeholders.
COVID-19: Voice of Canadians and impact to retailers
How Canadian consumers’ behaviours have changed – and will continue to change.
To help the retail industry move forward in these incredibly difficult times, Deloitte Canada explores how Canadians’ shopping and spending habits are changing in light of this global pandemic.
COVID-19: Orchestrating the recovery of organizations and supply chains
Preparing for recovery and “the new normal” starts now
In this latest piece, Deloitte Canada examines the responsibility that company leaders have to not only respond to the current COVID-19 pandemic, but to also consider how their organization will recover and thrive after the crisis is over.
COVID-19: Tax considerations for helping employees
Insights for Canadian tax leaders facing COVID-19
In this latest piece, we discuss the Canadian employment tax issues associated with certain measures that may be taken by employers during this difficult time. The commentary is valid as of March 16, 2020, and is subject to change as we receive additional announcements.
COVID-19: People, technology, and the path to organizational resilience
Insights for technology leaders facing COVID-19
In this latest piece, Deloitte Canada examines the responsibility that IT leaders have to not only lead their function through the current pandemic, but also to support the entire enterprise, especially since technology has become increasingly woven into the fabric of business.
Quarterly update on Canadian and international economic trends and events
A quarterly publication that offers insights from Deloitte economists on trends and events shaping Canadian and international economies such as economic growth, consumer spending, business investment, trade, market activity, interest rates, and commodity prices.
COVID-19: Maintaining customer loyalty and trust during times of uncertainty
Leading through COVID-19 by putting customers’ interests first
As the world joins forces to contain the current COVID-19 crisis, businesses are concerned with the impact that events may have on the relationship with their customers.
COVID-19: Practical workforce strategies that put your people first
Considering a three-pronged, people-centered approach to the coronavirus crisis
The outbreak may be an opportunity to think longer-term about how to create a more resilient and healthy workforce, suggests this piece from Deloitte Canada. In moments of uncertainty and concern, it is not only about what leaders of organizations do, but how they do it that matters.
COVID-19: Managing cash flow during a period of crisis
Strategies for avoiding a cash crunch in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak
This paper, produced by Deloitte Canada, focuses on these cash-flow challenges and lays out measures organizations can take to mitigate the damage caused by this unpredictable event.
COVID-19 federal and provincial government relief measures for businesses
In light of the evolving health crisis, the Government of Canada and provincial governments are introducing measures to support Canadians and stimulate the economy.
Deloitte is closely monitoring all the evolving avenues made available in response to COVID-19 by federal and provincial governments. We will provide updates, as they become available, through this webpage.
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