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Predicting the Future Workplace Today

HRExecutive

As the dawn of a new year fast approaches, many people are thinking about what changes are ahead of them for 2018. But what about changes in the more distant future, say 2030 and beyond? Employees are less likely to embrace change if they think their jobs are on the line.

Moving Into the Future

HRO Today

HR leaders must become proficient in gathering, analysing, and interpreting quality data, and knowing how to present it to management, along with changes based on the numbers. Business leaders need to be persuasive to drive change at all staff levels. India 2030.

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Corporate click-bait: How to get (and keep) the attention of your organization

Bersin with Deloitte

Our world keeps changing faster, which means we are constantly adapting to new realities. How can organizations compete for the attention of their employees in a click-bait society? Not by fighting the changes, but by embracing them. As millennials make up more of the workforce share—50 percent of the US workforce in 2020 and 75 percent of the global workforce by 2030 2 — these communication shifts will likely become expected.

The Changing Role of HR

McQuiag

Human resources is often in charge of many roles from planning and overseeing the administrative functions of a company to strategizing any talent management or hiring tasks. But the world of HR 10 years ago is very different from the realities of managing a modern workforce.

Corporate click-bait: How to get (and keep) the attention of your organization

HR Times

Our world keeps changing faster, which means we are constantly adapting to new realities. How can organizations compete for the attention of their employees in a click-bait society? Not by fighting the changes, but by embracing them. As millennials make up more of the workforce share—50 percent of the US workforce in 2020 and 75 percent of the global workforce by 2030 2 — these communication shifts will likely become expected.