Tag Archives: HR Trends

Get Ready for 2019

2019 HR Forecast

HR experts share six trends that will shape the industry in the coming year.

By Marta Chmielowicz

The past year in HR has been marked by developments in smart technologies, key shifts in workplace management practices, and the rise of alternative forms of work. With artificial intelligence (AI), automation, social media, and a new world of data and analytics at their fingertips, HR professionals have transformed the industry into a more agile and strategic business function. According to DDI’s 2018 Global Leadership Forecast, 71 percent of HR professionals report that their reputation with the senior team as a trusted advisor has improved in the past three years.

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What’s Ahead

HR Trends 2018

HR leaders discuss their top priorities for 2018.

By Debbie Bolla

Faced with a pressing expectation to deliver strategic initiatives, HR business leaders have become more agile in their approach to human capital management. And it’s making an impact. Randstad Sourceright’s 2018 Talent Trends Report finds that 84 per cent of respondents say the work they do will prepare their organisation for the future. Here, four HR leaders share what is on their agenda for 2018; ways they are attracting, recruiting, and retaining the best talent; and how they are getting ready for the European Union’s impending General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

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Editor’s Letter: New Year, New Global Solutions

HRO Today

By Debbie Bolla

Who better to provide a close look into What’s Ahead for 2018 than leaders in their field? We couldn’t think of anyone—and luckily, some of our CHRO of the Year and Talent Acquisition Leader of the Year awards winners were up for lending some key insight into their agendas for the next 12 months.

With 84 per cent of HR leaders reporting that the work they are doing will prepare their organisation for the future (according to Randstad Sourceright), it’s more important than ever for HR teams to have their fingers on the pulse of what’s needed to succeed.

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