2020 Human Capital Trends Webinar
An exploration of some of the top rated trends this year including real-life examples of how these trends are affecting organizations.
Every year, Deloitte asks thousands of business leaders from all over the world about the most pressing Human Capital Trends and challenges in their organizations. In this session, Deloitte’s Human Capital leaders will present key findings from our 2020 Global Human Capital Trends survey.
Furthermore, the webinar will include an interesting deep dive into some of the top rated trends of the year from a HR perspective. The deep dive will not only look into the trends, but also practical case examples for the participants to understand HR dilemmas.
We encourage you to explore the Trends and learn more about the 2020 Trends
- The webinar will focus on implications of the top rated trends on organizations and you will learn about what some companies are choosing to do in response, including what HR needs to do to meet the evolving needs of the business.
- You will get insights into how the role of HR is changing and becoming even more important than today.
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Jass leads the Next Gen HR Transformation team in Denmark and brings international and cross-industry experience in his advisory roles. Jass' primary focus is to help Human Capital clients navigate future disruptions and activate a shift towards enhanced and optimised HR service delivery.
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Bo is innately curious about what makes a workforce thrive. As a senior manager in Deloitte’s Human Capital practice, she guides clients on their journey in redefining the value of work. Her key focus is to support organizations in augmenting and adapting their workforce to fit the business strategy.
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