Based on recent PwC poll, 91% of organisations agree that HR has been critical in their response to COVID-19
Where Business Leaders were worried about availability of the skills before COVID-19, today a lack of people with the right skills and adaptability will hamper their ability to thrive in a post-pandemic economy.
As we adapt to a new normal in which large portions of our workforce work remotely from home, leveraging technology and virtual means of communication, our perspectives on jobs, skills and people engagement has radically changed.
The need for tech-enabled HR transformation has never been greater. To support the much-needed upskilling and reskilling efforts, support and enable people leaders to drive engagement and productivity and provide an employee experience in the new post-pandemic normal, HR needs to be agile, digital and delivering strategic value.
Through our Digital HR services, we help you envision the future of HR by defining a digital people strategy and innovation roadmap which leverages cutting edge technology, social and market trends, preparing HR for what's next. We bring our HR function and digital capabilities together to help organisations reinvent - but can also provide flexible point solutions to specific client needs.
These are the guiding questions each organisation should be asking themselves:
PwC has been recognised by SAP as a finalist in the 2021 SAP® Pinnacle Award under the Partner of the Year for SAP SuccessFactors Solutions (Large Enterprise) category. The annual SAP Pinnacle Awards acknowledge the contributions of leading SAP partners that have excelled in developing and growing their partnership with SAP and helping customers meet their goals. Finalists and winners in 30 categories were chosen based on recommendations from SAP, customer feedback and performance indicators.