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Experts weigh in on the top trends shaping the workplace and HR.
Tighter labor markets, economic uncertainty and globalization are key issues that will shape the workplace and the HR profession in coming years, according to the Society for Human Resource Management’s (SHRM’s)
Special Expertise Panels. These groups are made up of SHRM professional members charged with reporting emerging trends in areas such as ethics, global practices, HR disciplines, labor relations and technology. Throughout the past year, they have identified a wide range of challenges and notable trends, including the following:
An ever-changing, complex environment can create the anxious feeling that you, as an HR professional, need to be an expert in everything. This is clearly impossible. Still, these insights from the experts help give us a broader sense of which trends are likely to have the biggest impact on the profession—and leveraging them can help you design strategic responses that make the most sense for your business.
Jen Schramm is manager of the Workforce Trends program at SHRM.
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