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Take a part in Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends survey


Although the level of unemployment in the Czech Republic is low and there is talk of recruitment problems, finding new employees is not the main priority. At the forefront is the question of how a company should work as a whole. According to the results of the 2017 Global Human Capital Trends survey, where Deloitte examined, what organisations struggle with in the area of human capital, the key factor is employees’ positive experience in working for specific firms.


Now you can take a part in the 2018 Global Human Capital Trends survey! By completing this survey, you will receive a free copy of the study and be invited to participate in a webcast about the results. Take the survey here:


Main conclusion of 2017 Global Human Capital Trends study in figures:


  • 87% of respondents in the Czech Republic perceive setting a new method of functioning of the organisation as     necessary.
  • 82% of Czech survey participants consider the revolution in the way talented people are hired as an important trend.
  • 82% of Czech respondents find the development of leadership for the digital age important; the same percentage think it is also important to create a dynamic environment encouraging development and a flexible career.
  • Only 23% of survey participants worldwide state that their firm has an integrated strategy focused on employee experience.


More than 10,000 business and HR leaders from 140 countries participated in the survey.