By Joe Farris
This year is calling for the emergence of more in-depth, continuous employee listening strategies that open doors for proactive collaboration between a company and its employees to solve the most important issues.
As the workplace evolves, the work of HR leaders becomes more nuanced and challenging. We want to continue to build the best culture, attract the best experts in the field and reward the employees for the fantastic work they do — all while being cost-effective and hitting growth targets. In the meantime, competition for great talent is stronger than ever, retention is harder and the pressure on HR to solve the burning business problems is rising fast.
To guide you through the year and help you focus on what’s important, these are the trends I believe will shape the work of HR leaders in 2019…
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