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Global Human Capital Trends survey 2020

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We invite executives, business leaders, and human resources professionals to participate in this research. Nearly 10,000 respondents from 119 countries took part in shaping the 2019 Trends. Your participation will be useful to complete this year’s study.

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Global Human Capital Trends survey 2020

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Survey details

The 2020 Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends survey asks about emerging Human Capital trends for 2020 and beyond and your organization’s readiness to respond. As we prepare for our 10th annual Global Human Capital Trends report, we will also use this year’s survey to gather insights looking back over the past 10 years of trends and forward to the year 2030 and the trends shaping the future. As is our stated policy, your responses will remain completely confidential and will not be directly associated with you or your company in any way. This survey should take approximately 20 minutes to complete.

Our thanks

Thank you for sharing your knowledge and helping us with our research. As a survey participant, you’ll be one of the first to receive the 2020 Trends report with the results of this global, seminal research that you helped inform. All respondents will also receive an invitation to our global webcast.

More information

If you cannot access the survey, or if you have any other questions, please contact Amber van Zijp or Ronald Meijers via the contact details below.

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