With organizations resetting and adjusting to a new post-pandemic environment, HR leaders need to think differently. Gartner highlights five decisions that they need to immediately make.
And wins an award for it.
Labor market data provides a more complete picture of available talent, improving the success of diversity hiring initiatives.
More professionals are looking to change jobs as the job market experiences surging demand for tech and sustainable energy talent.
These trends focus on maximizing human potential and adopting emerging technologies to drive business resilience and agility.
The digital workplace has become instrumental in helping businesses cope with the pandemic. Making it smarter makes business sense.
As remote working becomes an accepted norm, Hong Kong employees are asking for a greater say on how it is being deployed and managed.
The source of this gap in expectations lies with striking the right balance and comes down to employer-employee trust.
Companies to focus on tech skills and temporary employment to bridge skill gaps resulting from digitalization.
Research highlighted a mismatch between the expectations of hirers and jobseekers in 2021.
Meanwhile, the chief people officer is now a vital role in agencies.
A new report showed that only one-third feel that their companies are providing the right training opportunities.
Cybersecurity professionals and software engineers are in high demand.
The pandemic has shown that value of creating a learning culture and encouraging a growth mindset. But it requires CHROs to work closer with business and plan carefully.
How technology will help to shape the future of work in 2021 and beyond.
HR leaders can leverage the insights of this Gartner Hype Cycle to identify the innovations that will help transform their HCM technology investments.
Yes, there is a direct link between CX and EX.
The pandemic has highlighted vital HR issues, from a lack of support for remote working to mental health oversight challenges. But it also offered HR leaders the chance to shape the response.
Talent for IT, business operations, and sales are in great demand despite the soft job market.
Creating a learning culture can be difficult. A good place to start is to redefine what learning means to your organization.
A new study shows that senior management are not motivated to upskill online.
The pandemic changed the way employers and employees work together. Gartner says how.
COVID-19 offers an opportunity for HR teams to drive automation for workforce efficiency.
Many see AI as part of the future working environment. But re-skilling employees for AI needs a more concerted effort by governments and companies.
Vital to be commercial leaders and gain deeper business insights for strategic human capital management.