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2019 Deloitte Human Capital Trends

Only 4% of South African organisations offer extensive well-being programmes and actively analyse their impact on productivity (Source 2018: Human Capital Trends Report for South Africa)

As the line between work and life blurs further, employees are demanding that organisations expand their benefits offerings to include a wide range of programmes for physical, mental, financial, and spiritual health.

 

Our 2018, Human Capital Trends Report for South Africa shows that just 47 % of South African organisations offer very basic services in this regard, such as safety, employee assistance, and medical aid schemes. While only 4% state that they offer extensive well-being programmes and actively analyse the impact of these on employee productivity.

 

What will the trends be in 2019 ?

 

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Source 2018 Human Capital Trends Report for South Africa

 

 

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