Services

HR Transformation

HR Transformation services partner with HR and business leaders to drive business results. HR operational scale and efficiency are a starting point for business driven HR services including HR strategy, processes and operations, technology, and sourcing…locally, globally, and in the cloud.

There’s no single path to driving value through HR - not every HR initiative is transformative. However, every HR investment can point the way to value. That’s where Deloitte’s HRT practitioners excel: Forging a direct path to High Impact. The success of any HR Transformation initiative extends beyond the creation of capacity and focuses on building the capability, credibility and community to deliver High Impact for the business. For three decades, our practitioners have focused exclusively on the HR function. We will never stop investing in the future of HR. We are the leader today because we are always thinking about tomorrow.

  • HR Transformation Strategy and Planning
  • HR Technology Strategy
  • HR Service Delivery: HR Shared Services | High Impact HR Operating Model | Outsourcing Advisory | Mergers, Acquisitions, and Restructuring
  • HR Technologies: Oracle-EBS, HCM Cloud, PeopleSoft and Taleo | SAP/SuccessFactors | Salesforce.com | Workday | Cornerstone  
  • Workforce Analytics

Our HR Transformation services

The global and local HR function: Balance scale and agility

A new model of “high-impact” HR blends globalized talent practices for consistency and mobility with localized flexibility to attract, retain, and manage people appropriately.

 

The reskilled HR team: Transform HR professionals into skilled business consultants

HR professionals need an increasingly wide range of skills, not only in talent areas but also in understanding how the business works, makes money, and competes. How are HR teams staying current and viable?

Race to the cloud: Integrate talent, HR, and business technologies

Cloud-based HR technology promises to integrate people systems, enable learning and talent management, and reengineer recruiting. But massive adoption of new software is harder than it seems.