A 2022 HR FaceLift
If you ask HR professionals why they love their HR job, they will give you a million reasons. and HR is seen as a valuable leadership partner when it comes to labor concerns. But on the other hand, managers and employees equally question what the function is accomplishing for them now that things are running more smoothly. HR is that function that many employees try to strike relationships and friendships to remain on the "safe" side.
Organizations with highly capable HR teams have other positive employee outcomes. There seems to be a gap between what HR professionals seek in their job, think of themselves, how they view their role, and how they are actually perceived by the people they claim they enjoy serving and communicating with.
And with the current pandemic, there's no better chance to bridge the gap between how the HR Department perceives itself and how others perceive them than the pandemic and its aftermath. The COVID-19 situation has clicked a reset button, hence changing the way and the world we lived in before. There's a new world order now, which requires a shift in mindset, thinking, and execution.
HR priorities need to change to match the new mindsets. HRians that are not capable of riding the 2022 tides of change will be threatened with a complete loss of talent, to name the least.
Find out in this E-book:
- "What" and "how" of the new ways of Human Resources
- What to consider in the recruitment process
- How to adopt strengths management system for talent acquisition and retention
- What to improve in the Learning and Development part
- ...and more!