The role of the human resource professional is changing rapidly.
The rise of automation has made HR less reliant on manual processes. With fewer tedious, time-consuming tasks to manage, there’s now
more time for more impactful workplace initiatives. There’s also now a wealth of data to track and analyze, adding a new level of complexity to decision making. Further, the connected world has introduced the remote workforce, enabling employers to leverage employees where and when they’re most productive, but also requiring a drastic shift in workforce management strategies.
With employees, the workforce, and technology changing at a rapid rate, today’s HR manager must adapt to stay ahead and become a leader in 2020.
In this whitepaper, we take a look at:
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