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Global Human Capital Trends 2015
Leading in the new world of work
Today’s HR challenges require a new playbook—one that helps make HR more agile, forward thinking, and bolder in its solutions.
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Human Capital Trends 2015: Introduction
Global organizations today navigate a “new world of work”—one that requires a dramatic change in strategies for leadership, talent, and human resources. More than 3,300 organizations from 106 countries contributed to Deloitte’s Global Human Capital Trends 2015 survey, assessing the importance of specific talent challenges and their readiness to meet them.
This report explores 10 major trends that emerged from our research, which reflects four major themes for 2015: leading, engaging, reinventing, and reimagining. We present the capability gaps associated with each of these trends and offer practical insights to help you address these challenges in your organization. We also outline six key findings and invite you to interact with the Human Capital Trends Dashboard to explore the trends by geography, industry, and company size.
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This year's trends focus on the themes of leading, engaging the workforce, reinventing, and reimagining HR. Click the headings below to learn more about each of the 2015 Human Capital Trends.
- Leadership: Why a perennial issue?
- Learning and development: Into the spotlight
- Culture and engagement: The naked organization
Canada | Mexico | United States
Belgium | Finland | France | Germany | Greece | Ireland | Luxembourg | Netherlands | Poland | South Africa | Spain | Switzerland | United Kingdom
Australia | China | India | Japan | Southeast Asia
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