What does the future of human resource management hold?
The world of work is changing due to a rise in remote working, gig economy projects and freelancing, and a generational switch, which is changing the way we view our roles at work an in society as a whole.
But what will all of this mean for the HR professionals who continue to try to manage the wellbeing of their employees (no matter where they are located), as well as attract the best talent, and develop these high performers through better learning management systems and employee development programs.
The subscription service industry is booming: in 2017 the industry grew by 11 million subscribers in the US, and has grown by two hundred percent annually since 2011. But despite this exponential growth, still two out of five people have cancelled their subscription to a product subscription service. (more…)
Employee turnover and employee engagement are the biggest challenges talent management professionals are facing at the moment. This is closely followed by — and strongly linked to — creating a company culture to attract and retain talent.
When we put together the top HR trends for 2017, we featured recruitment marketing, artificial intelligence/predictive analytics, and chatbots. And in 2018… we’ll see more of the same. As budgets continue to shrink for many smaller companies and HR departments, it seems that many businesses are taking longer to adopt certain trends than originally thought.
60 percent of small to medium sized businesses are currently managing their inventory using manual methods—that’s according to original data we collected from small to medium sized businesses seeking to invest in inventory management software. Paper, pens, and Excel spreadsheets are among the manual methods they’re using to control and monitor their stock, opening themselves up to countless potential manual errors.