2019 Human Capital Trends—An Energy, Resources & Industrials perspective

Leading the social enterprise: Reinvent with a human focus

Increasing economic, social, and political issues are propelling organizations to reinvent themselves as social enterprises—engaging with stakeholders and cultivating performance in a human way. Organizations need to move beyond mission statements and philanthropy to learn to lead the social enterprise.

Our collection of reports below provide an insight into the top human capital trends that are key to the Energy, Resources & Industrials (ER&I) industry and sectors including, Mining & Metals; Power & Utilities, Oil, Gas & Chemicals; and Industrial Products & Construction. The findings in these reports are based on the outcomes from the 2019 Global Human Capital trends report.

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2019 Global Human Capital Trends

Now in its seventh year, Deloitte’s 2019 Global Human Capital Trends survey reveals 10 trends aligned to “leading the social enterprise” categorized into:

  • The future of the workforce: How organizations should adapt to the shifting job and work design, the open talent economy, and leadership
  • The future of the organization: How teams, networks, and new approaches to rewards are driving business performance
  • The future of HR: How the function is stepping up to address the need of restructuring its capabilities, technologies, and lead the transformation in HR and across the enterprise

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Rajeev Chopra
Global Industry Leader—Energy, Resources & Industrials; Global Sector Leader—Oil, Gas & Chemicals
+44 20 7007 2933

Andrew Swart
Global Leader, Mining & Metals
+14 16 813 2335

Vincent Rutgers
Global Leader, Industrial Products & Construction
+31 88 2885 894

Felipe Requejo
Global Leader, Power & Utilities
+34 91 438 1655

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Janine Nel
Global Leader, Future of Work—ER&I
+27 112 098 639


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