Following a period that demanded reskilling, people will continue to prioritise their skills and pursue opportunities to apply their unique strengths.
With a shrinking talent pool, employers are searching outside of their industry, within the retired workforce, and to other non-traditional places to find the people and skills they need — a trend that could continue in the year ahead.
Empathy, resilience, and fatigue are some of the areas that aren't just buzzwords for HR, but business priorities that need to be consciously included in people policies.
More than hype, the great resignation phenomenon may be considered as a warning sign for companies to reconnect better with their workforce.
Depending on your organisation’s movements, your worker-employer relationship could be heading towards: work as fashion, war between talent, work is work, and purpose unleashed, all of which have their pros and cons.
From interviews with 18 HR leaders around the world, it was found that HR pathfinders challenge existing approaches to talent management, experiment with new ways of working and technologies, and more.
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