2019 Human Capital Trends in ER&I

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Human Capital Trends in the Energy, Resources and Industrials Industry

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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, 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.

Oil, Gas and Chemicals

The global Human Capital survey included 1,157 ER&I industry respondents across 100 countries, of which 325 were Oil, Gas & Chemicals respondents across 66 countries. Survey respondents identified six trends that are of utmost importance to their organizations:

The future of the workforce

  • Leadership for the 21st century: The intersection of the traditional and the new 

The future of the organization

  • From employee experience to human experience: Putting meaning back into work 
  • Rewards: Closing the gap 

The future of HR

  • Learning in the flow of life
  • Talent mobility: Winning the war on the home front
  • HR cloud: A launch pad, not a destination 

Oil, Gas & Chemicals perspective

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Industrial Products and Construction

The global Human Capital survey included 1,157 ER&I industry respondents across 100 countries, of which 396 were Industrial Products & Construction respondents across 60 countries. Survey participants identified four trends that are of utmost importance to their organizations:

The future of the workforce

  • Leadership for the 21st century: The intersection of the traditional and the new 

The future of the organization

  •  From employee experience to human experience: Putting meaning back into work 

The future of HR

  • Learning in the flow of life
  • Talent mobility: Winning the war on the home front 

Industrial Products and Construction perspective

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Power and Utilities

The global Human Capital survey included 1,157 ER&I industry respondents across 100 countries, of which 282 were Power & Utilities respondents across 57 countries. Survey participants identified six trends that are of utmost importance to their organizations:

The future of the workforce

  • The alternative workforce: It’s now mainstream
  • Leadership for the 21st century: The intersection of the traditional and the new 

The future of the organization

  • From employee experience to human experience: Putting meaning back into work
  • Rewards: Closing the gap 

The future of HR

  • Learning in the flow of life
  • Talent mobility: Winning the war on the home front 

Power and Utilities perspective

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