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Challenges of the 21st Century Workforce

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The “highly connected and global 21st-century” workforce is here, but organizations are not prepared to respond to the challenges it represents, according to the Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends 2014 report.

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Couldn't agree more. Organisations are just not ready to implement the analytics or more advanced leadership development initiatives that are available to them. Worse than that, it seems basic HR tech is not in place, which means that teams have to spend their time on manual data inputting, and not on strategic areas. Their HR tools are domestic, poorly integrated, manually intensive and act as a barrier to growth. This report shows that the way people work is going in the opposite direction - towards globalisation, engagement, and working in the cloud. There is a terrible mismatch.
Posted by Adam H | Friday, March 14 2014 at 11:01AM ET
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