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Deloitte Annual Global Capital Trends

For the past five years, Deloitte’s annual Global Human Capital Trends Survey has revealed evolving practices in talent, learning, leadership, performance management and organisational design as well as the ongoing evolution of the role, capabilities and expectations of the HR function. With more than 10 000 HR and business leaders in 140 countries participating – 295 of them from South Africa – the 2017 report was one of the largest and most extensive Global Human Capital Trends survey to date.  The hallmark study revealed that leaders are turning to new organisation models, which highlight the networked nature of today’s world of work.


This year, with organisations increasingly focused on driving and sustaining organisational performance, our sixth annual survey seeks to understand how organisations are transforming the way they work, navigating the complex digital landscape and creating a differentiated experience to capture the workforce of the future.

We invite C-suite executives, business leaders and human resources professionals to participate in this research in order to continue driving an understanding of global human capital issues. Take the survey by clicking on the link below.

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Click here for the Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends 2017 report

Click here for the Deloitte South Africa  Human Capital Trends 2017 report

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