Resolving the productivity paradox: HR can leverage trusted tools and new tech to boost employee productivity.
Tapping into the hidden workforce: HR can drive changes to make work more accessible and accommodating for untapped talent pools.
The point of no return for DEIB: Companies will prioritize systemic DEIB efforts, facing public scrutiny if they fall short.
HR driving climate change adaptation: HR's role expands to ensure employee well-being and business continuity in the face of climate change.
From silos to solutions: HR evolves by adopting solution-focused multidisciplinary teams and rethinking fundamental HR skills.
HR leans in: By recognizing its strategic value and receiving support, HR can change perceptions and drive more value for the business.
HR meets PR: HR practitioners learn from Marketing and PR to drive value without causing damage under increased public scrutiny.
AI-empowered workforce: HR empowers employees to safely and innovatively utilize generative AI technology.
Shifting work-life balance to work-life fit: HR helps organizations adapt to diverse employee needs for flexibility and fairness.
The end of BS jobs: HR seizes the opportunity to address flagging productivity and create meaningful jobs amidst technological advancements.
From talent acquisition to talent access: HR focuses on identifying, unlocking, and nurturing existing talent within the organization.
Exciting times ahead for HR in 2024! Which trend are you most interested in? Let me know via firstname.lastname@example.org.