This study provides an African only view of new ways of working. It captures the essence of the impact of the “New World of Work” viewed from the perspective of the 4th IR, Covid-19, and post-pandemic global emerging trends on people and HR practices.
2022 Study Participants
• x188 Participants
• x148 Companies
- 1Hybrid working models are here to stay, enabled by new leadership skills and competencies.
- 2Slow progress in building new skills for the future, despite a rapid adjustment of learning delivery.
- 3Employee Wellness is centre stage and the risk of burnout is at an all-time high.
- 4HR needs to focus on building a new set of skills to add strategic value.
- 5Key People & HR practices require an evolution to remain globally relevant.
- 6D&I – Diversity & Inclusion requires Executive and Board focus.