What are the key human capital trends for 2019?
Among the key trends that government and public sector respondents to our 2019 global human capital survey address: Automation: 70 percent believe increased automation to be the most expected change within the next three years, but only 14 percent indicate they are ready for such change.
Is there a human capital crisis?
This reﬂects a serious human capital crisis, with strong implications for economic growth and the world’s collective ability to end extreme poverty by 2030. Gaps in human capital are at risk of widening amid rapid global changes in technology, demography, fragility, and climate.
What are the benefits of human capital?
A few of these include education, skill, experience, creativity, personality, good health, and moral character. In the long run, when employers and employees make a shared investment in the development of human capital, not only do organizations, their employees, and clientele benefit, but so does society at large.
What are the more pressing issues in human capital?
But studies and surveys indicate that the more pressing issues in human capital are still very much about the human experience–finding meaning, fulfillment, and growth in what we do.