2020 Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends The Social Enterprise at Work: Paradox as a Path Forward

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2020 Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends The Social Enterprise at Work: Paradox as a Path Forward

Energy, Resources & Industrials (ER&I)

This year, we focus on answering a paradoxical question: Can organizations remain distinctly human in a technology-driven world?

With ER&I organizations adapting to the Future of Work, many key trends have risen to the top of the 2020 Global Human Capital Trends Report:

  • Designing work for well-being: Living and performing at your best
  • Beyond reskilling: Investing in resilience for uncertain futures
  • Ethics and the future of work: From “could we” to “how should we”
     

A total of 946 ER&I respondents participated from

• 35% or 332 from Industrial Products & Construction

• 32% or 300 from Oil, Gas & Chemicals

• 20% or 185 from Power, Utilities, and Renewables

• 14% or 129 from Mining & Metals

• Over half of the respondents are from EMEA (57%)

• While 42% of ER&I respondents are from a small business (>1000 employees), 32% from medium (between 1000 to 10,000) and 26% from large (10,000+)

• This is a business focused survey, not HR only with 2/5 of respondents coming from the business

2020 Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends The Social Enterprise at Work: Paradox as a Path Forward

Energy, Resources & Industrials

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