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What’s the future of the employee-employer relationship?

Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends

The social enterprise and the empowered worker have collided in ways we’ve never seen before. What does this convergence mean for the future of the employee-employer relationship that was put to the test in recent months?

Join this discussion with Arjun Kapur, Partner, Human Capital Advisory, Deloitte, Melissa Dorey, Head of People & Digital Experience, Telstra, Kirsten Watson, Partner, Human Capital Advisory, Deloitte and Luke Amundson, Director, Peakon, Workday as they discuss the strategies you can use to respond to and make decisions around business, workforce, and talent.

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Arjun Kapur – Partner, Human Capital Advisory

Arjun is a Partner in Deloitte’s Human Resource Transformation practice, and a key partner in the Workday practice in Australia. Arjun has been leading teams through some of the largest and most complex Human Capital Management projects in Australia. He has a focus on leading large teams to deliver IT Strategies, project management, PMO, business case development, human resource transformation, and system implementation projects.

Melissa Dorey – Head of People Digital Experience, Telstra

Head of the People Digital Experience at Telstra, leading Strategy, Product Management and UX Research and Design. As the principal lead for Workday, Zendesk and HR Conversational AI implementations, Melissa enjoys taking a CX approach to solve Workplace Technology problems. With a diverse work background across Contact Centres, Retail, Digital and HR, Melissa has spent the last 10 years striving to deliver a consumer grade digital experience for employees. An advocate for Women in Tech, Melissa is an active coach and mentor that enjoys sharing honest case studies and business experiences with global audiences.

Luke Amundson – Director, Peakon, Workday

Luke has worked in SaaS technology for the past 11 years between the UK and ANZ. As Regional Director for Peakon, a Workday Company, he leads a team of dedicated people who help HR leaders convert employee feedback into meaningful insights. He was a founding member of the Commercial team at Peakon in the UK almost 6 years ago before moving to Auckland to start and grow the APJ business from scratch to hundreds of customers today. With the Workday acquisition in March 2021, he focused on accelerating the integration and success of the business in APJ, culminating in a record year for the team. Originally from the US, he has experience in HR Consulting, data analytics, and HR Technology and has worked with some of the largest companies in the world to help them transform their people data landscapes.

Kirsten Watson - Partner, Human Capital Advisory

As a CHRO in large operational organisations for the past 10 years, Kirsten has transformed HR operations to ensure the HR function drives the necessary business outcomes to support the organisation's strategy. As a new partner in the HR Advisory team within HR Transformation, Kirsten is looking forward to bringing this wealth of knowledge to working with clients to enable their business strategies through the organisations people & culture and transforming HR operations to ensure they are able to deliver the impact their organisation needs.


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Find out more about the changing employee-employer relationship, and four possible futures for how the relationship could evolve in the next three to five years, including the latest research of the four futures.

Ways that organisations can respond to the four futures

In a world of perpetual disruption, organisations must adopt a mindset shift from a focus on surviving to the pursuit of thriving. Find out more about how organisations can respond to the four futures using Workday.

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