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As the new year begins, human resource professionals around the world are wondering what they should expect for 2015 and what trends could reshape their jobs. The January/February issue of HR Magazine just might have the answers to those questions.
According to Bersin, the highest-performing HR teams use the following strategies and all organizations should consider adopting these innovations during the upcoming year:
In addition, Bersin made a “bonus prediction” urging all HR practitioners “to be bold, innovative and forward-thinking” during 2015.
“Yesterday’s approaches to recruiting, performance management, training and even compensation don’t necessarily make sense today,” Bersin concluded. “We need to re-engineer the workplace and rethink the way we attract, engage and manage people.”
The HR Magazine feature identified Mary Hough, vice president, talent and development, at Science Applications International Corp. in Washington, D.C., as an HR trendsetter, and leader in pushing these trends forward.
Bill Leonard is a senior writer at SHRM.
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