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Global HCM survey 2017

The workforce is changing. It’s more digital, more global, diverse, automation-savvy, and social mediaproficient. This year, the Deloitte Global HCM Survey reveals how leaders are turning to new organizational models that highlight the networked nature of today’s world of work; innovation-based HR platforms; learning and career programs driven by social and cognitive technologies; and employee experience strategies that put the workforce at the center.

From digital workplace to ideal employee experience

Increased focus on workforce engagement and user experience leads HR decision-makers to deliver HR service and technology not only to improve process efficiency, but also to improve employee experience in their interaction with HR

Could technology take the human touch of HR?

When Gartner once introduced the idea of a nexus of forces combining to generate the next wave of technological innovation, few CHROs and CIOs would have expected HR to be a the center of the action and to question if technology could bypass the human touch. And yet, here we are.

Putting a machine in your c-suite?

Intelligent machines are now becoming active advisors and partners in the workforce of the future and at the highest levels of the organization. But could they one day play a role as members of the C-suite?

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Optimizing global workforce management: the Solvay case

With more than 100 sites in 20 countries, Solvay wanted to rethink and optimize the whole workforce management process in order to significantly improve corporate agility, innovation and productivity.

Bakker & Partners acquires GITP Belgium

Bakker & Partners has acquired GITP Belgium, a company specialized in assessing talents and further developing people and organizations. GITP Belgium will remain a separate company with its own consultants in the Bakker & Partners Group. At GITP Belgium, Karen Breugelmans will combine the role of Managing Director and Manager for Assessments & Development Centers.

A modern approach to HR made simple

In a clearly service-driven economy, and with analysts predicting a global skills shortage of 30-40 million college-educated workers by 2020, the challenge for moving towards modern HR is clear. And so is the challenge for building a talent-centric business strategy that drives a culture of collaboration, and a better employee experience.

Best practices for recruiting the best talents

Finding and hiring quality talent has never been more critical. Competition, economic uncertainty, and high costs mean that you’ve got to make sure you recruit the right people for business success.

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Global HCM survey 2017

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From digital workplace to ideal employee experience

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Could technology take the human touch of HR?

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Putting a machine in your c-suite?

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