Managing change for a millennial workforce

HR Times

By 2025, millennials (those born between 1982 and 2003) will make up 75 percent of the global workforce, and a significant portion will begin to assume managerial and leadership positions. They are likely to cause change within an organization as well as crave to be part of it. As millennials’ dominance in the workforce grows, their voices, needs, and opinions have started to shape the way organizations manage change. Millennials and change management.

New Problems Require New Solutions In Chemical Manufacturing

SuccessFactors

This playbook has kept the industry stable and profitable across the cycle for about 100 years – primarily because (until recently) things outside of a chemical company’s control didn’t really change all that fast. The industry’s typically conservative response to change was sufficient. Over the last several decades, however, the pace of change outside the firm’s sphere of control has been unprecedented. IT emerges as the key enabler for meeting new challenges.

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Embrace Digital Transformation With Change

SuccessFactors

We are in the midst of big changes that are affecting our private and professional lives. Digitalization brings a lot of advantages, but it also creates stress due to a rapidly changing environment with limited time to adapt. Therefore, managing change effectively and successfully becomes more important than ever before. What is changing in our work life? Furthermore, millennials will form 75% of the workforce in 2025. The need for change is apparent.

Managing change for a millennial workforce

Bersin

By 2025, millennials (those born between 1982 and 2003) will make up 75 percent of the global workforce, and a significant portion will begin to assume managerial and leadership positions. They are likely to cause change within an organization as well as crave to be part of it. As millennials’ dominance in the workforce grows, their voices, needs, and opinions have started to shape the way organizations manage change. Millennials and change management.

How Organizations Can Stay Relevant and Agile Amid Constant Change

Cornerstone On Demand

In a flexible environment, employees can find purpose and readily gain applicable skills, helping organizations relevant amid a rapidly changing economy. By 2025, 68 percent of employers say the majority of the workforce will be employed in an agile arrangement. This gives our clients an advantage over their competitors for the same job, and gives our company an edge over similar firms who haven't adapted to this change." Change is fast, but new beginnings are slow."

How Organizations Can Stay Relevant and Agile Amid Constant Change

Cornerstone On Demand

In a flexible environment, employees can find purpose and readily gain applicable skills, helping organizations relevant amid a rapidly changing economy. By 2025, 68 percent of employers say the majority of the workforce will be employed in an agile arrangement. This gives our clients an advantage over their competitors for the same job, and gives our company an edge over similar firms who haven't adapted to this change." Change is fast, but new beginnings are slow."

Workforce Readiness: The Learning Metric that Leads to Real ROI (i4cp login required)

i4cp

Indeed, the ability to anticipate, adapt, and act on change is no longer a nice-to-have. The report asserts that by the year 2025: 44% of skills that employees will need to perform their roles effectively will change.

7 Skills HR Technologists Will Need in the Next Eight Years

Visier

This has been true as long as the workplace has existed, but what has changed is how fast technology is disrupting the way we live and work. The disruption to how we work has been just as profound, and it has led to changes in the very nature of work and the skills that the HR Technologist of the future will need. However, the CHREATE teams saw this role as going beyond the management of technology.

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Top 10 Employee Engagement Trends in the Digital Workplace for February

SocialChorus

Managing digital transformations. As companies adopt more advanced technology tools, teams, organizations, and working systems will have to change substantially. The HR Trend Institute explains that employee experience will be a big part of that change. Lauren Horwitz of Cisco acknowledges the future workplace will change drastically due to technological innovations. What are Human Resources and internal communications professionals talking about early in 2019?

The Employee Experience in 2019

SocialChorus

The requisite job skills have also changed; companies now require that employees to be well-versed in “deep business and digital literacy” as well as have the “five C’s” soft skills (critical thinking, cultural fluency, collaboration, communications, and change management). The changing workplace is affecting HR departments. Also, existing employees can be upskilled and trained to learn new tools, so they can also adapt to technological changes.

Brexit and employment: 6 things you can do today to prepare for Brexit

Workable

This is already happening; one can only rely on projections of what lies ahead for Brexit and employment, and these projections change daily as per parliamentary proceedings. As a recruiter or employer, you’re caught in the middle of all this because, somehow, business must carry on and you must meet those business needs with hiring strategies and plans for the year ahead. Businesses need a change management strategy and they should be clear on who it impacts, when and how.

Brexit and employment: 6 things you can do today to prepare for Brexit

Workable

This is already happening; one can only rely on projections of what lies ahead for Brexit and employment, and these projections change daily as per parliamentary proceedings. As a recruiter or employer, you’re caught in the middle of all this because, somehow, business must carry on and you must meet those business needs with hiring strategies and plans for the year ahead. Businesses need a change management strategy and they should be clear on who it impacts, when and how.

Training in a Virtual World: The New Normal

HRExecutive

He says he knew after his first meeting with Walmart that VR could radically disrupt the world of learning and development—something that STRIVR may have eventually branched out into on its own, but the Walmart call sealed the deal. AR, VR and mixed-reality education are avenues that, with the right structure and support, can meet these needs. VR changes the game.”. VR changes the cashier’s perspective and humanizes people,” says Trainor.

Eleven Skills to Robot-Proof Your Career

TalentCulture

The speed of change continues to accelerate. Aside, perhaps, from the Industrial Revolution, never before have we seen such rapid rates of societal and workforce change. While it’s too early to say for sure, data indicate that the employment market isn’t necessarily evolving fast enough to keep up with this change: the ratio of employment to the overall population has been falling in developed countries.” Will a robot take your job within the next decade?