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PwC launches new tool to help organisations assess their workforce strategy

Company: PricewaterhouseCoopers Česká republika, s.r.o.

As organisations prepare for a future world of work that will look vastly different to today, PwC has launched a new tool allowing them to assess the maturity of their workforce strategy and compare it to others in their region and industry. 

Available free of charge on PwC’s website, the tool assesses an organisation’ preparedness in four distinct areas: planning, purpose, talent and technology.
The tool draws on PwC’s research and extensive experience in designing and implementing future workforce strategies.
Bhushan Sethi, Global Leader, People and Organisation, PwC, says: 
“Now more than ever, organisations need the right workforce strategy to prepare for the future world of work. It’s critical they get this right. Our new Workforce Strategy Diagnostic tool is designed to help them achieve just that, allowing them to identify which changes they need to make today to ensure they are future proofed for tomorrow.”
PwC’s Workforce Strategy Diagnostic is available at: www.pwc.com/workforce-strategy-diagnostic
For PwC insights on the future of work, visit www.pwc.com/people.

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