Demographic trends, from the aging of baby boomers to the increasing diversity of populations in major countries, promises to dramatically transform workforces and consumers. Deloitte Research is undertaking original research to help companies navigate these transitions. Specifically its focused on new approaches to talent management and thinking about how to adapt products and services to new types of customers.
Learn more by reading Deloitte's recent research on changing workforces below.
Talent 2020: Surveying the talent paradox from the employee perspective
This report is the fourth in the Talent 2020 series and it explores the talent paradox from the employee perspective—while there is a surplus of job seekers, some companies are unable to attract and keep highly skilled talent. The report features results from a survey that polled 560 employees at large businesses, across all industries, in the Americas, Asia Pacific, and Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.
Deloitte Review Issue 10: The talent paradox
Critical skills, recession and the illusion of plenitude.
Wealth with wisdom
This report examines the four areas of change affecting older consumers and their business implications.
Serving the aging citizen
An aging global population will force governments worldwide to revisit the services they provide to their citizens and rethink how they will continue to fund public services.
Managing the talent crisis in global manufacturing
Manufacturing needs new strategies to help attract and retain younger, high-skilled workers. This report details what the sector must do to compete for talent in today's global economy.