Human resource services

The talent challenge
As the world looks towards growth, how will organisations find the skills they need?
The future of work
How will you manage tomorrow’s people?
Rethinking talent and HR
Are you managing pivotal talent for growth? Is HR focused on business goals?
Rewarding people
Is your compensation and benefits strategy working?
Globally mobile talent
How does your global mobility programme deliver value?

The talent challenge: Adapting to growth


Findings from PwC's 17th Global CEO Survey

The future of work

The world of work is changing - bringing new opportunities but increasingly new risks.

What will the future look like?

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The future of work
What will employment look like in 2022?

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Adapt to survive
The value of talent adaptability

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Millennials at work
We asked graduates about their views and expectations of work …

Here’s what they said

Rethinking talent and HR

As businesses look for global growth, chronic skills gaps combined with a mismatch between demand and supply of talent means that getting (and keeping) the right people in the right places at the right time has never been more challenging. HR leaders need to mobilise talent to help businesses grow.

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A new vision for growth
A look at the key trends in human capital for 2014

Explore PwC’s Saratoga data and insights
Engaging your pivotal talent
Are you engaging the right people for the right reasons?

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HR operational excellence
Results of our global survey

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Rewarding people

The way organisations reward their people continues to come under scrutiny. We help organisations navigate the minefield of compensation and benefits.

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Making executive pay work
Our study into the psychology of incentives

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Global equity incentives - back to basics?
Key insights from PwC's 8th global study

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Pensions: Moving on?
Multinationals contemplate shake-up of global retirement provision. A survey of Fortune 500 pension leaders

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Globally mobile talent

For the world's leading organisations, deployment of talent is key to success. Whatever the mission—sharing knowledge, implementing management processes, expanding business into new territories—assignees provide the fuel for global growth.

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Modern mobility 2014 - a global survey
How can you make sure your global talent mobility programme is fit for the future?

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A conversation about global talent mobility
How today’s businesses are adopting new approaches to mobility

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Talent mobility: 2020 and beyond
Looking at the future of talent mobility in a globally connected world – what are the challenges HR will face in the next decade and beyond?

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Human resource services

The world of work is changing. In a global economy people are an increasingly valuable source of sustainable competitive advantage. Organisations need to transform to attract, inspire, motivate, manage, develop and reward their people – or face losing their most valuable assets. We help forward-looking businesses do this.

 
 

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Analyst comments

Kennedy judge PwC to be a 'Vanguard' firm - amongst those with the broadest and deepest capabilities in Human Resource Consulting


Kennedy, ‘Global HR Consulting Marketplace 2011-2014’, (c) BNA Subsidiaries, LLC. Reproduced under licence

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PwC is an IDC MarketScape Leader worldwide for talent related consulting


— IDC MarketScape: Talent Related Business Consulting Vendor Analysis, Doc #229526, August 2011

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#1 for HR consulting. HR Directors rated PwC as having the strongest reputation in Human Resource consulting.


The Global HR Monitor survey was conducted by Meridian West between October 2012 and January 2013.

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#1 for Compensation and Benefits


The Global Tax Monitor recognises PwC as the leading adviser globally for compensation & benefits, by reputation, with a strong lead over the competition.

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