People at work

HR trends / change / strategy

"Treat employees like they make a difference
and they will"

- Jim Goodnight

What Is Your HR
Organization Working On?

The emerging contours of the new world of work in the Fourth Industrial Revolution are rapidly becoming reality for millions of workers and companies around the globe. As technological and social forces are transforming how work gets done, who does it, and even what work looks like, Human Resources departments are tasked to rethink their purpose, design principles and delivery methods.

The Future Is Now:
The Changing Role Of HR

In recent years, HR has undergone dynamic shifts in its roles, functions and overall impact in shaping organizations. The need for a digital transformation from operating in a traditional cocoon is no longer an option. The sooner the shift happens, the higher the chances of survival. The future of HR has arrived, and it is now.

The Top Future Of Work

Traditional HR responsibilities such as hiring, onboarding, job design, rewards, and development do not fully address issues with the work itself, which means a multifunctional focus is needed – and HR organisations must partner closely with the business, IT, facilities, finance, and even marketing to make an impact in this area.

4 Future Workplace Trends HR Should Understand

Recruiting is becoming increasingly competitive and more HR technology is available every day. As a consequence, HR is becoming more critical to the company, particularly with how the future of work is developing. Technology will continue to grow in importance, but perhaps counterintuitively HR can use this to deliver a workplace where people can thrive.

7 Critical Strategies to Prepare for the Future of HR

The role of the HR professional has changed dramatically along with the workforce and economy, and that evolution will continue as machines and technology replace tasks once performed by humans. But that does not make people any less important. Tomorrow's HR leaders will need to be bigger, broader thinkers and they will have to be tech-savvy and nimble enough to deal with an increasingly agile and restless workforce.

3 Key Technology Trends
HR Needs to be Aware of

Emerging technologies are a definitive factor for human-machine partnerships in the future, according to Jocelyn Macedo, VP of HR for Dell Technologies Asia Pacific & Japan, who said there are three key technology trends that will shape and define new work environments through to 2030.

2019 Global
Human Capital Trends

Leading the social enterprise: Reinvent with a human focus.

An intensifying combination of economic, social, and political issues is forcing HR and business leaders to learn to lead the social enterprise—and reinvent their organizations around a human focus.

HR4.0: Shaping
People Strategies

The Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) is blurring the lines between people and technology, fusing the physical, digital and biological worlds.

This paper explores why the Fourth Industrial Revolution creates the impetus for transformation in people strategies and HR practices, what business leaders can do and how organizations are already responding to the need for change.

The Future of HR 2020:
Which Path are You Taking?

A particularly striking finding from our Future of HR 2020 survey is that 3 in 5 respondends believe that the HR function will rapidly become irrelevant if it does not modernize its approach to understanding and planning for the future needs of the workforce.

We can see a path forward for HR that requires some fundamentally new thinking about what HR does and how it is built to deliver.