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As the new year commences, it is time to look ahead at what HR professionals might expect. Will the global economy show continuing signs of improvement? Will Africa show a faster growth rate than Asia? Will we need to mobilize talent faster than before? Are the competitors going to hire more?
These are just a few questions that are on the minds of organizations. So let us take a closer look at several 2018 trends and what we should start planning for, so that we are on track to meet the significant goals that are being set for 2020.
2018 will be a crucial year for businesses. Any of the goals that organizations have planned to reach by 2020 or even 2025 will have their roots set in 2018. Working towards those will become a priority. Given that situation, HR has to accelerate its pace of involvement with business even more. Its contribution to business will need to become more impactful than ever before. Talent will be the biggest driver of new growth, and that needs to start now.
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