2023 Global Human Capital Trends report
New fundamentals for a boundaryless world
Work boundaries that were once assumed to be the natural order of things are falling away as disruption and discontinuity challenge traditional models and assumptions. To navigate this boundaryless world, organizations and workers will need to work together to create a new set of fundamentals.
2021 Human Capital Trends Tribune
The social enterprise in a world disrupted
Authored by Deloitte Canada's Human Capital leaders, our six-part article series is a detailed summary of the main themes emerging from The social enterprise in a world disrupted, the 2021 Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends report.
The social enterprise in a world disrupted: Leading the shift from survive to thrive
2021 Global Human Capital Trends
Placing people at the heart of an organization’s decisions about work and the workforce enables leaders to better stay ahead of disruption. Purpose, potential and perspective are essential to build an organization that can thrive in an unpredictable environment with an unknown future.
Workforce strategies for post-COVID-19 recovery
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced governments and business leaders around the world into unprecedented lockdowns and stay-at-home measures. As these efforts begin to show signs of progress, countries and businesses must now turn their focus towards strategies for recovery.
The AI upskilling imperative for Financial Services
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.