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Human Capital Center Newsletter (Europe) - July 2019

Welcome to the July edition of the Human Capital Center newsletter, intended to deliver trusted insights for you and your team about “What’s Ahead.” Each month, we select a few insights from our latest research, let you know of new initiatives, give you opportunities to connect with peers and experts, and update you on thought leadership.

This month I would like to highlight our report on the Future of Work in Asia: The Digital Transformation Journey and Its Impact on How Work Gets Done

The Asia-Pacific digital world is very different from other parts of the globe, requiring organizations to innovate locally to increase the speed and relevance of digital transformation. Hiring, developing, and training talent in Asia-Pacific and China will change as data provides critical insight into how to create customized individual retention strategies.

Did you know that you can schedule a briefing with one of our experts on this or any other areas of our work?  Simply reach out to us. It’s part of  membership. 

We are also delighted to be launching a new Total Rewards EMEA Council, open to Senior executives responsible for Compensation and Benefits with regional responsibilities.  If you want to find out more about becoming a founding member, you can visit the council page here.  

If you’re interested to learn more about other The Conference Board’s Councils, click here for more information and contact us to discuss how you can participate.

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