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Deloitte South Africa Human Capital Trends Report 2021

The social enterprise in a world disrupted 

For this year’s report we partnered with some of our own South African CHROs and included their contributions. Our engagements with the CHROs provided real experience

In our 2020 South Africa human capital trends report entitled The Social Enterprise at work: Paradox as a path forward, we challenged organisations to re-examine whether humanity and technology were truly in conflict and consider how it is possible to resolve the seeming paradox of finding ways to remain distinctly human in a technology-driven world. During 2020, we have seen how the COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated the speed and scale of shifting to practically leveraging technologies for humans to engage, collaborate and operate as a true social enterprise.

The world has changed – and so has our approach to Deloitte’s South Africa human capital trends research. Our 2021 report focuses on understanding what characteristics can support organisations in their shift from survive to thrive by revisiting a subset of key trends from the 2020 research, as well as critical strategies to help leaders prepare for – and thrive – in the face of future disruptions.

For this year’s report we partnered with some of our own South African CHROs and included their contributions. Our engagements with the CHROs provided real experiences and unique insights into their organisations and understanding how they operate as true social enterprises.

We hope that our readers find our 2021 South Africa Human Capital Trends Report titled: ‘The social enterprise in a world disrupted: Leading the shift from survive to thrive’, insightful as we shift from survive to thrive. 

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