Webinars Human Capital Trends Report 2019

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In 2019, an intensifying combination of economic, social, and political issues is forcing HR and business leaders to learn to lead the social enterprise—and reinvent their organizations around a human focus.

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In the context of the Deloitte Human Capital Trend Report 2019, we will be organizing exclusive monthly webinars about the HR trends that will impact your business the most. During these webinars we want to provide you with a deep dive into the 10 trends and allow for more discussions. These webinars will be hosted by our thought leaders in these topics and will be published on this page. Below this page you will find an overview of all the webinars including the date and time of each webinar. Sign up for the Human Capital insights to receive reminders for all the webinars.

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6. From jobs to superjobs

As organizations embrace and adopt robotics and AI, they’re finding that virtually every job can be redesigned—creating new categories of work, including hybrid jobs and “superjobs.”

The use of artificial intelligence (AI), cognitive technologies, and robotics to automate and augment work is on the rise, prompting the redesign of jobs in a growing number of domains. The jobs of today are more machine-powered and data-driven than in the past, and they also require more human skills in problem-solving, communication, interpretation, and design. As machines take over repeatable tasks and the work people do becomes less routine, many jobs will rapidly evolve into what we call “superjobs”—the newest job category that changes the landscape of how organizations think about work.

Hosted by: Charu Mittra Gupta & Mark Stol

Date & time: November 14 – 16:00 – 16:30

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5. From employee experience to human experience: Putting meaning back into work

What creates a positive, motivating experience at work? Mainly, it's the meaning and growth people find in the work itself—and to improve that, the entire organization has to be involved. 

Organizations are investing in many programs to improve life at work, all focused on improving the day-to-day experience workers have. While there is much that can be done to improve work/life balance, research shows that the most important factor of all is the work itself: making work meaningful and giving people a sense of belonging, trust, and relationship. We believe organizations should move beyond thinking about experience at work in terms of perks, rewards, or support, and focus on job fit, job design, and meaning—for all workers across the enterprise. 

Hosted by: Katalijn Ritsema van EckMarina Langevoort 

Date & time: October 10 – 16:00 – 16:45 

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4. HR cloud: A launch pad, not a destination

Cloud-based systems have not been a panacea for HR—but then, they were never intended to be. Instead, they can give organizations a solid foundation for integrating the explosion of new tools that HR software vendors are now developing. 

Over the last few years, significant progress has been made in HR’s move to the cloud. But although cloud computing platforms have, in general, been wildly successful, many vendors have had challenges keeping up with innovative talent management practices, driving organizations to adopt best-of-breed solutions to fill the gaps. In addition, many of the organizations adopting cloud-based human capital management (HCM) systems are not placing enough emphasis on complementary transformational activities such as redesigning their operating model, data architecture, and user experience. This is leading to technology implementations that are not delivering their full potential. Nonetheless, cloud-based HCM is establishing a foundation for change and innovation, enabling organizations to shift their energies toward more pressing challenges. 

Hosted by: Bastiaan Karlas, Laura CarnallDanielle Ellermeijer & Rosalie Lilipaly 

Date & time: September 12 – 16:00 – 16:45 

3. Rewards: Closing the gap

With wage growth lagging behind inflation, many organizations are turning to noncash perks and programs to help drive worker retention and performance. But perks and pay aren’t what matter the most

As organizations compete for talent by touting organizational purpose, the workforce experience, career growth and fulfillment, and a wide variety of development programs, one critical component of the equation has fallen behind: rewards. This year, only 33 percent of respondents to our Global Human Capital Trends survey felt that their organizations were ready or very ready to address this issue, and only 11 percent of respondents believed that their rewards strategy was highly aligned with their organization’s goals. Why is this area of business so hard to manage? 

Hosted by: Hans van der Heijden & Colette Leung 

Date & time: August 8 – 16:00 – 16:45 

2. Accessing Talent: It’s More than Acquisition

In today’s world of changing jobs and skills, organizations have an opportunity to take a fresh look at how they approach talent acquisition, exploring new approaches to determining what talent they need—and where and how to find it.

During the last decade of economic expansion, organizations have focused on finding the right talent to drive business growth. But with record-low unemployment rates and skills shortages in many technical areas, recruiting has gotten harder, leading to an escalating war of employment brands, recruitment marketing campaigns, and artificial intelligence (AI)-driven tools to deliver recruiting excellence. In 2019 and 2020, as the economy is likely to slow, we think a new approach is needed. Rather than automatically opening a job requisition when a manager needs a role filled, it’s time to think about how organizations can continuously “access talent” in varying ways: mobilizing internal resources, finding people in the alternative workforce, and strategically leveraging technology to augment sourcing and boost recruiting productivity.

Hosted by:  Jasmijn Koets & Jon Kastercum

Date & time: July 11 – 16:00 – 16:45

1. Introduction webinar: Leading the Social Enterprise - Reinvent with a Human Focus

Intensifying economic, social, and political issues are challenging organizations to reinvent themselves as social enterprises, engaging with stakeholders and cultivating performance in a human way. In last year’s Global Human Capital Trends report, we described the rise of the social enterprise—organizations whose mission combines revenue growth and profit-making with the need to respect and support its environment and stakeholder network. This year, we believe the pressures that have driven the rise of the social enterprise have become even more acute. They are forcing organizations to move beyond mission statements and philanthropy to learn to lead the social enterprise—and reinvent themselves around a human focus.

Hosted by: Amber van Zijp & Gareth Brown.

Date & time: June 20 – 12:00 – 12:45 

Human Capital Trends 2019 Webinars Overview

1. Introduction webinar: Leading the Social Enterprise - Reinvent with a Human Focus 

Date & time: June 20 – 12:00 – 12:45 

2. Accessing Talent: It’s More than Acquisition

Date & time: July 11 – 16:00 – 16:45

3. Rewards: Closing the gap

Date & time: August 8 – 16:00 – 16:45 

4.  HR cloud: A launch pad, not a destination

Date & time: September 12 – 16:00 – 16:45

5. From employee experience to human experience: Putting meaning back into work

Date & time: October 10 – 16:00 – 16:45

6. From jobs to superjobs

Date & time: November 14 – 16:00 – 16:30

7. Learning in the Flow of life

Date & time: December 12 – 16:00 – 16:30

8. Organizational performance

Date & time: January 9 – 16:00 – 16:30

9. Talent mobility

Date & time: February 13 – 16:00 – 16:30

10. The alternative workforce

Date & time: March 5 – 16:00 – 16:30

11. Leadership for the 21st century

Date & time: March 26 – 16:00 – 16:30

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