The Future of HR

The Future of HR

Paycor asked 500+ CEOS, CFOs and HR executives about their human resources challenges, the impact of artificial intelligence and big data and their priorities over the next few years. We compiled the results and are sharing the findings and key takeaways in our report, The Future of HR. Here’s a sneak peek.

45% of Human Resources Professionals Are Concerned About Recruiting & Retention

With unemployment at an all-time low, companies are being forced to up their recruiting game or risk missing out on top talent. But it’s not just about attracting employees. The average worker will change jobs at least 12 times throughout their career, which puts pressure on HR to engage, train and develop talent so they’ll never want to leave. This is why HR teams will invest heavily in talent management initiatives like learning programs and company-wide training to help create the ideal employee experience.

By 2022, HR Teams Will Be Focused On…

  • Training & Development
  • Retention
  • Employee Morale
  • As companies invest in HR technology to eliminate manual admin work, HR teams will have more time to focus on the softer side of HR: creating a culture that employees will never want to leave. Enhanced coaching and more frequent feedback sessions will become the norm, offering managers more opportunities to help their people learn and grow. As HR teams prioritize talent management as a whole, look for engagement and retention rates to increase.

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