Canadian human capital trends 2013
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To build leadership and talent, organizations need to do more than maintain good employee relations: they need to focus on direct organizational benefits that solve business problems. ...
To build leadership and talent, organizations need to do more than maintain good employee relations: they need to focus on direct organizational benefits that solve business problems.
HR is strategic
Deloitte’s survey of 1,300 senior business leaders in 59 countries reveals current and emerging human capital trends influencing the future course of talent, HR and business in general.
The world’s leading organizations are raising their sights, and pivoting from the great recession to the new horizons of 2020 with a focus on talent, globalization, growth, and innovation.
The Canadian perspective
Relative to their global peers, Canadian executives have a greater focus on “branding the workplace”— an increasingly important strategy for attracting and retaining critical talent. This and other Canadian trends are discussed in Resetting horizons: Canadian human capital trends 2013.
Resetting horizons: Human capital trends 2013 reveals 13 global trends shaping talent, HR and global business over the coming years.
Business success relies on talent that has that “competitive edge”. To prosper, your organization will have to ensure its approach to acquiring, retaining and managing talent is aligned with its core strategies. It’s time to put human capital at the top of your strategic agenda.
Deloitte conducted a survey of more than 1,300 business leaders and HR executives in 59 regions across the world’s major economic regions between January and February, 2013.
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