2017 HR Trends Forecast
JANUARY 3, 2017
Company culture still reigns supreme within the HR universe, but 2017 HR trends will focus on attracting growth-driven workers to the companies that need them. Major tech companies may still build campuses to cater to wunderkinds’ various needs, but most HR departments are more interested in creating cost-effective ways to meet the work-balance needs of their employees.
2017 HR Trends We’re Excited About Right Now
DECEMBER 20, 2016
There’s a lot happening behind-the-scenes in HR departments. It’s always fun to see what trends are predicted and imagine what the next year may hold. We asked a selection of HR leaders from great places to work (including a few of our wonderful customers!) to see what they have planned (and are excited about) in 2017. ” Changing Role (and Perception) of HR.
4 HR Trends for 2017
DECEMBER 27, 2016
Look at these four trends that you may want to consider moving into the next year As 2016 wraps up, many businesses are looking ahead and planning their human capital management approaches for next year.
Top 5 HR Trends for 2016
JANUARY 14, 2016
Nevertheless, we’re going to attempt the quantum-mechanically improbable and make some predictions about what will be the top HR trends for 2016. Hold on to your horses, the New Year is going to be a wild ride for HR professionals and HR technology. Here are the top five HR trends to look out for in the next 12 months. 1. Mobile HR. Video hiring.
Emerging HR trends for 2015
NOVEMBER 29, 2014
The HR Trend Institute distinguishes eight trends influencing the domain of organisations and people in organisations. The table below gives an overview of the eight trend areas. Looking at the trends and following developments in the market, I tried to capture some of the emerging HR trends for 2015. Best HR Practices HR Evolution HR Prediction for 2015 HR Trends for 2015No more performance reviews Finally organisations […].
2015 HR Trends: More Tech Adoption and a Greater Focus on Talent
TLNT: The Business of HR
JANUARY 13, 2015
Global economic growth and the resounding need to engage employees in all parts of the globe dominated HR headlines in 2014. Here are three (3) distinct HR trends that we fully expect to headline conversations in the new year. You’ll see that the common thread in these trends is the emphasis on new technologies and innovations that will drive the HR industry forward.
HR Trends: Back to the Future in 2016
FEBRUARY 2, 2016
In 2015 we saw the emergence of a number of new HR trends. The HR landscape is changing more rapidly than ever before. HR trends, such as recruitment through social media, the impact of Generation Z, and the overhaul of performance reviews, were all apparent in 2015. What are the biggest trends we can see going forward? 2016: A Look to the year ahead.
Top HR Trends for 2016 with an Eye to the Future
DECEMBER 28, 2016
But before the future becomes the present, learning what trends emerged in the HR space in 2016 might help inform, and better prepare us for what’s to come. Below are 5 HR trends that emerged in 2016 that we believe will become more ingrained and ubiquitous in the coming months and years: 1. By: Josh Danson and Iain Ferreira. More Diverse and Employee-Centric Workplace.
HR Trends to Watch in 2017
NOVEMBER 7, 2016
There were a number of unique HR challenges in 2016 that caused extra stress for employers. That’s why we help our clients understand and plan for HR challenges before they become HR problems. One way to retain employees is to offer them more freedom in HR solutions. Sources: Forbes, Deloitte, Harvard Business Review, HR Morning. So what’s ahead for 2017? The U.S.
Technology as Enabler of 2016 HR Trends: Personalized Learning and Transparency
JANUARY 4, 2016
Recently, I published an article on some of the major disruptions happening in the workplace and the role that technology has played (is playing) in enabling or inspiring innovative HR programs. This article serves as an extension (or “Part Two”) to that piece: Technology: The Enabling Force Awakening HR as a Strategic Partner In 2016. Let’s take continuous feedback as an example.
HR Trends For 2015: It All Starts With Retaining Key Employees
TLNT: The Business of HR
JANUARY 7, 2015
Why don’t you do some good old-fashioned HR for a change? HR Insights Best practices HR management HR trends L&D (Learning and Development) open office retention Rewards & recognition talent management Training & Development You don’t have to read Fast Company to know that retention is a key issue for many executives in 2015. have some ideas for you.
HR Trends: The Consumerization of HR
MAY 18, 2016
HR managers tasked with the job of effecting change in this environment must turn to new methodologies to engage employees more fully. To this end, a growing trend in HR is consumerization. According to a Gallup poll, only 32% of workers identify themselves as engaged employees, while 51% identify themselves as not engaged and 17% identify themselves as actively disengaged.
Inspiring HR Trends in Employee Performance Management
JULY 14, 2015
Growing trends include quality conversations, in or out ratings, peer evaluations, and more. We didn’t need scientific research to tell us that employees hate being ranked by number, but now we have it. It’s time to do something about those outdated, backward-looking, 1-5 employee performance management systems. So what are some options? Below are Read more. Employee Engagement
3 HR Trends Poised to Take Off in 2016
MAY 25, 2016
Here's a look at three HR trends likely to become more common throughout 2016, including the use of big data, changing workforce compositions, and the re-hiring of former employees
[Webinar] 3 HR Trends to Implement Career Pathing for Employees
MAY 9, 2016
3 HR Trends to Implement Career Pathing for Employees. Join Linda Ginac for this webinar, where she will discuss three career pathing trends for HR and business leaders to consider as they plan their workforce development and employee engagement strategy for 2016. The post [Webinar] 3 HR Trends to Implement Career Pathing for Employees appeared first on TalentGuard.
9 Employee Engagement Archetypes, The Best Employee Benefits And Perks, and HR Trends in 2016 #FridayFinds
FEBRUARY 5, 2016
Throughout the week, we come across some truly memorable articles that bring us fresh information, “Aha” moments and some HR and engagement wisdom. HR Trends: Back To The Future In 2016. HR trends, such as recruitment through social media, the impact of Generation Z, and the overhaul of performance reviews, were all apparent in 2015. Perfect for a smart break.
9 HR Trends to Watch for in 2016 (Part 2)
MARCH 8, 2016
Last week I covered four of the nine HR Trends from SHRM , and one thing is clear…change is happening. In the not so distant future, HR will not be just about HR anymore. leadership HR Trends ChangeIt will be something more - complex, global and almost visionary-like.
Infographic Thursday: 7 HR Trends That Will Transform the Workplace
MAY 21, 2015
A big thanks to Hudson for sharing some of the biggest trends in HR that will transform (and are already transforming) the workplace. Infographic Thursday hr human resourcesIf you like this infographic, as always you can follow the author on Twitter here. As always, please share your thoughts in the comments section below. Best, Rory.
5 HR Trends Your Team Needs to Know About in 2017
NOVEMBER 28, 2016
The future of HR is an exciting one. HR will continue evolving to appease younger generations arriving to the job market, and this has been made especially evident by the growth of technology in the space. It has undergone a tremendous transformation over the past few years, and the growth we've witnessed in 2016 is expected to grow even more in 2017.
California HR Trends for 2017—Don’t Get Burned!
HR Daily Advisor
JULY 22, 2016
feels the pain of HR pros. Siegel alerted attendees to several potential “sunburns” California HR professionals need to protect themselves against regarding their sunny state’s complex labor laws. Siegel also reminded his audience of ongoing trends and requirements in California. The post California HR Trends for 2017—Don’t Get Burned! Jonathan A. Do you know?”.
Top HR Trend: HR in the C-Suite
AUGUST 11, 2015
Top HR Trend: HR in the C-Suite The RiseSmart Team Tuesday, August 11, 2015. For a long time, HR leaders have found themselves on the outside looking in at the C-Suite (where decisions are made on a daily basis that affect talent management). . This is where strategic HR leadership plays a vital role. .
3 HR Trends That We Expect to Emerge in 2016
DECEMBER 14, 2015
As an HR professional, it’s important to follow current trends in the workforce to discover how they will impact you day-to-day. While it can be difficult to keep up with "the newest thing" when trends in tech are always emerging and changing the trend before it, by keeping an eye on the general direction of technology, you can stay somewhat on top of what's coming next. We’ve compiled some trends that will affect HR professionals at small to medium businesses in 2016: HR
HR Trends: Back To The Future In 2016
FEBRUARY 4, 2016
In 2015 we saw the emergence of a number of new HR trends. The HR landscape is changing more rapidly than ever before. HR trends, such as recruitment through social media, the impact of Generation Z, and the overhaul of performance reviews, were all apparent in 2015. Tech companies will likely be looking to take advantage of the new generation of HR leaders, all of whom have been accustomed to the use of mobile technology in their personal lives already. What are the biggest trends we can see going forward? 2016: A Look to the year ahead.
Top HR Trend: Navigating an “Always-On” Corporate Culture
AUGUST 5, 2015
Top HR Trend: Navigating an “Always-On” Corporate Culture The RiseSmart Team Wednesday, August 5, 2015. While the trend in globalization is offering new opportunities for business, what is it doing for employee morale? For HR managers, though, it’s something to be aware of. There’s a reason why work-life balance is taken seriously in the world of HR.
What the 2016 SHRM Lineup Reveals About HR Trends
JUNE 20, 2016
Get an inside look at today's hottest HR trends through the prism of some of the most anticipated sessions from the SHRM 2016 Annual Conference and Exposition
[New Research!] HR Trends, Tactics, and Strategies for Improving the Employee Experience
FEBRUARY 2, 2016
We’ve just rounded the corner of 2016 and you’ve being hearing for the last year that age-old HR practices are dying and hot new trends are arising, especially in the area of employee feedback. If the annual performance review is dead, how is HR measuring performance? Are pulse surveys really the trendy new way to Read more. Employee Engagement
Top HR Trend: The Importance of Social Media in Talent Acquisition
JULY 15, 2015
Top HR Trend: The Importance of Social Media in Talent Acquisition The RiseSmart Team Wednesday, July 15, 2015. This growing trend has piqued the interest of HR professionals in particular, more and more of whom are coming to appreciate the need for an active and engaging corporate presence on social media in order to attract top job candidates. Showcasing your culture.
Can We Predict HR Trends Happening in 2020?
Great Place to Work
MARCH 6, 2015
As with years past, the transition between 2014 and 2015 has been marked by a barrage of assessments about HR''s past performance and a flurry of predictions about the future of work. If We Ask the Right Questions We Can The "Uberization of work" is coming. That''s the latest work world prediction. According to my newsfeeds: Blogs
What HR Will Be Dealing With In 2017
TLNT: The Business of HR
DECEMBER 5, 2016
While we count down the seconds until the crystal ball drops, we can plan for the trends about to hit human resources departments. Evaluations, Reviews & Appraisal HR Trends Performance Management Wellness Data FeaturedThe end of 2016 is near, and for some of us, thank goodness!
Halogen Experts Share Top HR Trends for 2017
Halogen Talent Managment
DECEMBER 22, 2016
One of the most popular HR trends leading up to 2017 has been about preparing for the workforce of the future. Watch: Halogen Experts Offer Advice to Prepare for New Workforce Trends. We asked a few of our experts to share some advice on how you and your business can prepare for some of the trends and priorities coming in 2017. It’s more than that.
10 HR Trends You Will See in 2016
JANUARY 12, 2016
HR Data Analytics in Recruitment We have seen a substantial increase in the use of HR data analytics over the past few years, an area which will continue to develop in 2016, with data mining, business and talent analytics becoming a mainstay of the recruitment process. HR managers are now required to support all hiring decisions with data evidence, gained through careful analysis of areas ranging from a candidate’s successes in previous companies to social media posts and presence. This is due to the improvement in analytic tools.
10 Strange Ways That Applicants Botch Their Job Interview
TLNT: The Business of HR
JANUARY 20, 2016
Hiring Process HR Management HR News HR Trends Interviewing Talent AcquisitionBy Eric B. Meyer.
9 Employee Retention Statistics That Will Make You Sit Up and Pay Attention
TLNT: The Business of HR
NOVEMBER 30, 2015
Best Practices HR Management HR News HR Trends Retention & Engagement Talent Management FeaturedRetention in the workplace is in a predicament — the revolving door is circulating faster, and the organizations struggling with this are on the lookout for a solution.
Technology As Enabler Of 2016 HR Trends: Personalized Learning And Transparency
JANUARY 6, 2016
Recently I published an article on some of the major disruptions happening in the workplace and the role that technology has played (and is playing) in enabling or inspiring innovative HR programs. This article serves as an extension (or part 2) to that piece: Technology: The Enabling Force Awakening HR as a Strategic Partner In 2016. After publishing that post, a healthy conversation ensued on Twitter about whether I was advocating that technology is what will enable HR to become more strategic. Let’s take continuous feedback as an example. Transparency as the new norm.