How HR Needs to Change. HR Transformation Survey Findings, EMEA

  • RECORDED: 24 May 2017


  • Overview

    93% of C-suite executives plan to redesign their organizations in 2017 but almost half do not believe that their HR team provides actionable analytics to improve business leader decision making. Is your HR team truly ready to help the C-suite transform your organization? Mercer’s most recent global survey investigates how high performing HR functions are structured and how HR can deliver more value to the business.

    How HR Needs to Change - Register today for a webcast in your region :


    North America - 23 May, 2 pm (EST) –  Register

    UK/Europe - 24 May, 3 pm (CET)  –  Register

    Asia and the Pacific - 31 May, 2:30 pm (HK/Singapore time) – Register

  • Why attend

    Join Mercer’s thought leaders as they share the results of Mercer’s 2017 Global HR Transformation research demonstrating the prevalence of current HR service delivery, which HR model structures lead to more effective business outcomes, and how organizations are applying technology and currently upskilling and cross-training their HR team members to drive operational value. You’ll learn how you can apply these findings to your HR function and team for improved performance.

  • Who should attend

    CHRO, HR leaders, HR Business Partners, COE Leaders, HR Shared Service Leaders

  • Speakers

    Karen Piercy, Partner, HR Effectiveness, GLobal Lead for HR Transformation survey
    Andrew Steels, Principal, HR Effectiveness
    Dieter Kern, Partner, HR Effectiveness
    Margaret Ruiseal, Partner, HR Effectiveness

Webcast details
  • Title: How HR Needs to Change. HR Transformation Survey Findings, EMEA Session

  • Language: English

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