Employees are feeling the stress of data overload, with some avoiding using data and others taking sick leaves.
The right one can even unshackle your HR and IT from spending resources on neverending searches.
Most HR leaders expect their overall and subfunctional budgets to increase in 2020. In an economic downturn, they’ll especially try to protect HR technology, analytics and L&D.
Contact centers are evolving fast with AI and automation, and HR leaders need to look out for new types of talent.
HR leaders should focus on the big picture of what the future of work can and should look like in their organization.
Studies show that culture affects how one recognizes collective emotion, which in turn affects leadership style.
IoT devices can help HR leaders drive employee efficiency, but watch out for security kickback.
Your competitors may know more about your employees than you.
Advances in HR tech are about to change the way your workforce works.
AI is making sure your contact center will never be the same again.
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Many are seeking job security with full-time placements, while more are willing to migrate for their first jobs.
Economic uncertainty can drive pressure on business leaders to compromise their priorities. HR leaders must work to keep talent needs front and center.
Creating tribes within the company may be a better approach than outsourcing talent.
At the end of this year, the HR profession is going to look very different.
The new decade will see HR changing itself to become a change agent for the company.
It is the year where companies will get serious about EX as they try to avoid talent crunch and public shaming.
They see employee engagement as critical to navigating the challenging economic climate.
Without a concerted push to get and grow tech talents, the drive will face immense difficulties.
Twenty-five percent said that they are not confident or unsure that they have the right leadership to implement digital change.
It is clear that HR needs to transform, but as a recent panel discussion noted, the path remains murky.
A framework to evaluate cost optimization decisions is key to identifying how HR can manage costs to drive strategy.
Strategic workforce planning takes on new urgency as AI changes the complexion of the workforce. Here’s what HR leaders need to know and think about.
You want end-of-year predictions? Here’s two to chew on: in 2020 at least one telco will be embarrassed by AI, and in 2030, capitalism will be kinda dead.
Surrounded by uncertainty, HR leaders in 2020 will seek to build critical skills, bolster their leadership bench and implement organizational design and change management.