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.
New features and flexibility to help HR tackle OKRs and the gig economy.
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.
Companies like EngageRocket are helping managers to get a lot more data points and remove bias when assessing performance.
Early adopters are already using blockchain-inspired approaches in certain HR areas. These use cases offer HR leaders a glimpse of what’s to come.
AI is changing relationships between managers and their team members in surprising ways.
Major overhaul with cloud and AI modernizes Oracle's HCM value proposition.
The inaugural Hong Kong summit saw Mercer lay out the foundation for HR transformation.
New studies show a direct link to employee experience and business competitiveness.
Employee performance often drops at companies that nix performance ratings because managers lose a key reference tool and employees become less engaged.
As businesses increasingly shift to digital business models, human resources business partners must be equipped to support new and emerging needs.
Sharing employees is now a new thing and can disrupt the way we value employees.
New study also highlighted the importance of technology for improving cross-functional collaboration and coordination.