HR Transformation

Empowering HR to take the lead

Some see disruption as a challenge. We see it as an opportunity for your HR organisation to lead the way. As the global leader in HR transformation (HRT), we help you imagine, connect, and leverage strategy, technology and digital enablers to empower HR to solve enterprise-wide issues affecting the business, the workforce and the way work gets done.

Our Services

With Deloitte, you can empower HR to take the lead. Create HR strategy using our leading HRT labs. Explore ways to develop a human-centric workforce experience and emphasise employee engagement to prepare for technology adoption. Implement well-architected digital HR transformation and technology solutions. From end to end, we help you transform HR so that your business and people deliver more value, better outcomes, and increased productivity.

HR Strategy and Target Operating Model

Digital HR

HCM Cloud Solutions

Enabling Technology


Operate and Innovate

Our thought leadership

Our cross-industry experience, global depth, and close relationships make us leaders in redefining the role of HR through HR transformation.

Deloitte’s 2023 Global Human Capital Trends

New fundamentals for a boundaryless world

In a boundaryless world, work isn’t defined by jobs, the workplace isn’t a specific place, and many workers aren’t traditional employees. Those who partner with workers and experiment with what’s possible will create sustainable work models and elevated outcomes—making work better for humans and humans better at work. Deloitte’s 2023 Global Human Capital Trends survey polled 10,000 business and HR leaders across every industry, with 105 countries participating. The survey data is complemented by interviews with executives from some of today’s leading organisations.

The Gen Z and Millennial Survey in Switzerland

What drives and motivates the younger generations entering the workforce in Switzerland? How do you attract and retain Gen Z and Millennial talent amid the Great Resignation? The Deloitte Global 2022 Gen Z and Millennial Survey has found that both generations are deeply concerned about their futures and the state of the world. Stress and burnout levels are high, with workplace mental health challenges and difficulty achieving a good work/life balance among the top reasons for Swiss Gen Zs and Millennials to leave their jobs. Beyond this, the young workforce is dedicated to driving societal change and is pushing their employers to take action against the climate crisis.

Moving your organisational strategy from jobs to skills

Do jobs really define what we do? Increasingly, as work evolves to be more about nimbly responding to rapid changes in our environment than about standardised work designed for scalable efficiency, the answer is no. Read our report for our complete research findings, including how leading organisations are transforming themselves into skills-based organisations, key challenges and how to overcome them, and what skills-based organisations might mean for the future of work.

The elevated talent and culture agenda in the boardroom

To understand how the pandemic has changed conversations in the boardroom, Deloitte interviewed Chief Human Resources Officers from 15 leading organisations across multiple industries, including financial services, consumer products, technology, telecommunications, energy, retail, manufacturing, and hospitality. Learn from their feedback on the role of today’s CHRO.

Tech Trends 2022: A human capital perspective

As work and technology chase one another into the future, they have the potential to spiral continually higher together—or to fly off in incompatible directions. What can determine the difference? Vision. Organisations with a comprehensive understanding of the moment are more likely to embrace and unlock the value of human capital technology.

Build trust in diversity, equity, and inclusion commitments

Since the spring of 2020 many organisations have made public commitments to address social disparity and injustice and have established or expanded diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) initiatives for their current and future workforce. After more than a year of accelerated efforts, questions arise. Do workers trust their organisations’ commitment and efforts thus far? And how might this change going forward? Explore our new video on building trust in DEI.

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  • Deloitte Receives SAP® Global SAP SuccessFactors® Partner Excellence Award 2022 for Delivery Quality

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Matthias Thalmann

Matthias Thalmann


Matthias is the Human Capital Leader and a Partner in Deloitte’s Human Capital consulting practice in Zurich. He has over 20 years of international management consulting experience. Matthias works wit... More

Sandrine Michelmore

Sandrine Michelmore


Sandrine is a Director in Deloitte’s Human Capital consulting practice, based in Zurich. She has more than 10 years of consulting and over 15 years of project management experience across different in... More

Martin Stolz

Martin Stolz


Martin is a Director in the Human Capital practice of Deloitte Consulting in Zurich. He has more than 10 years of top tier consulting experience across Europe, Africa and the Middle East. He has exten... More