Share your perspectives in Deloitte's 2020 Global Human Capital Trends survey

The survey will gather insights looking back over the past 10 years and forward to the year 2030.

Deloitte is calling for participation in this year’s Human Capital Trends Survey, which is now running for the eighth year and offers an opportunity for members of the global human capital ecosystem to share their perspectives on how societal, organisational, and technological landscapes are evolving to shape the definition of good leadership. 

As members of the CHRO SA community, understanding this evolution and positioning your organisation to adjust quickly will be necessary to be able to survive sweeping and constant change and help drive the conversation about the workforce, the workplace, and the changing nature of work itself.

The 2020 Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends survey provides a list of potential and emerging topics identified by our global Human Capital group, and asks you about the importance of each of these topics to your organisation, your readiness to deal with them, and your capabilities and plans to address priority areas. This year’s survey will gather insights looking back over the past 10 years of trends and then forecast trends expected up to the year 2030. As per usual, Deloitte will continue to observe its policy of ensuring responses remain completely confidential and not directly associated with any individual or company in any way.

C-suite executives, business leaders and HR professionals from around the world are invited to participate in this research to add to the richness and authenticity of what is the largest and longest-running study of its kind. Last year, the survey was completed by nearly 10,000 respondents in 119 countries, resulting in a report titled Leading the Social Enterprise, which revealed South Africa as a microcosm of the global landscape, with local repsondents mirroring views on what their global counterparts consider to be major challenges around readiness for the future world of work amidst an intensifying combination of economic, social, and political issues is forcing HR and business leaders to reinvent their organisations around a human focus.