3 Things We’ll See in HR by 2022

HR Hardball

But we know in this crazy Talent Acquisition life, every day is a snapshot – who knows what tomorrow will bring, much less what might happen in 2022. What we have here is another way to tie Talent Acquisition to financial metrics – yay metrics.

HR faces a growing digital skills talent gap challenge


The growing impact of digital transformation on talent is undeniable, so HR executives need to start planning a strategy for closing the impending digital skills gap, according to new research from The Hackett Group. And that means HR and other executives must be prepared to manage the significant implications for talent or risk losing some of the potential value of increasingly digital operations – up to $82 million for world-class organizations, Hackett reports.

Leveraging Expertise From Abroad

HRO Today

The national nursing shortage is driving organizations in the United States to look outside the country for talent. With more than 500,000 RNs expected to retire by 2022, the U.S. How international nurses are alleviating the nursing shortage—and improving U.S. health systems.

Solving the Shortage Problem

HRO Today

How “Grow Your Own” RN programs are helping organizations build great talent while filling a gap. With more than 500,000 RNs expected to retire by 2022, the U.S. Talent acquisition and HR play a key role in launching a successful nurse residency program.

The Future of Recruiting Is Now

HRO Today

According to a survey of talent acquisition leaders, 52 percent say the hardest part of recruitment is identifying the best candidates from a large applicant pool. Recruiting process automation is helping businesses find the best possible job candidates—and fast. By Tierney McAfee.

HR Future-Proofing vs. Firefighting: 5 Strategic Workforce Planning Tips


dowsing “talent fires”). Consider how more than half of execs believe that at least 20% of the roles in their organization will cease to exist by 2022 (according to the Mercer 2018 Global Talent Trends study). Today’s pressing talent storm may subside tomorrow.

Why We Will All Love the New HR


The bottom line was this: HR’s inability to align talent strategy with business strategy called its value into question. The Bureau of Labor Statistics has projected the need for over 1 million nurses in the workforce by 2022.

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2018: The Evolution of HR

ClearCompany HRM

PwC, The Future of Work: A Journey to 2022. Automation in HR technology allowed HR to streamline, but AI in HR technology moves beyond automation into machine learning, offering smart recommendations for your talent strategy. This is where traditional talent management has gotten us.

5 Steps to Avoid Talent Shortfalls Using Data-Driven Workforce Planning


Today’s Talent Shortfalls. A recovering economy, combined with an aging workforce, are making talent shortfalls a top concern. It’s no wonder that execs are worried about talent shortfalls. Or how difficult is it to recruit new talent for critical roles?

Why HR Needs Data-Driven Workforce Planning to Avoid Talent Shortfalls


We are in an unprecedented war for talent: companies cannot hire fast enough to keep up with their workforce demands. While this has obvious connections to the talent acquisition team, there are also broader impacts back to the HR department as a whole. Today’s Talent Shortfalls.

“The Nurse Practitioner Can See You Now”

Cielo HR Leader

The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts 37,100 new positions for this field between 2012 and 2022, growing at a rate of 33.7%—much Nurse practitioners have been delivering quality healthcare for nearly half a century.

How Insurance Companies are Safeguarding Their Competitiveness


Key points for insurance companies to attract, retain, and develop talent. Everyone in Google is talent, so there was no point using a nine-box grid*. Nine-box grid is a tool for talent management that is used for making decisions about which people are most valuable to the organization’s future—and therefore the allocation of resources to their retention and development. Combat talent shortage.