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Top 5 HR goals for 2022

The last two years have brought more than their share of challenges to the workplace, and HR has grappled with shifts in work trends driven by the response to the pandemic. With the widespread adoption of remote work and hybrid work for the long term, HR is at the crux of logistical challenges as organizations transition to managing dispersed teams online. HR teams are looking for ways to gather input from people, manage onboarding and offboarding from a distance, and support managers as they continue to manage their teams remotely—all…

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Swing into 2022 with these back to office strategies

Introduction In 2020, the top concern of HR leaders around the world was how to transition their workforce to a remote operation. The dire circumstances of the pandemic forced all of us to quickly rethink how and where work gets done. Individual contributors, managers, teams, and leaders all had to make significant adjustments. For people who relied on in-person work arrangements, it was pretty tricky. “Often the reluctance to allow remote work has to do with a quite outdated concept of how managers need to manage—for instance, you need to…

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HR doesn’t “partner” with the business. HR is part of the business.

In 1998, HBR described the role of Human Resources (HR) as follows:   "In most companies today, HR is sanctioned mainly to play policy police and regulatory watchdog. It handles the paperwork involved in hiring and firing, manages the bureaucratic aspects of benefits, and administers compensation decisions made by others ... But the fact remains: the activities of HR appear to be—and often are—disconnected from the real work of the organization. The new agenda, however, would mean that every one of HR’s activities would in some concrete way help the company…

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Why companies should care about the strategic impact of employee experience

Employee experience and engagement are two of the hottest topics in HR. Learn how improving them can improve your company's strategy for success.

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Meeting organizational goals: HR tech for the C-Suite

With the help of HR technology, the C-Suite can address key areas to tackle the nine imperatives required for their organization’s success.

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Five ways HR should leverage managers

HR professionals have a lot on their plates these days. To maximize the results of capable HR, strong partnerships between HR and managers are essential. It’s a cycle—effective HR, effective managers, and effective employees drive effective organizations forward.

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6 lessons from COVID-19 that reinvented the role of HR

In this guide, we’ll consider six important changes and how HR can make the most of those changes in 2021.

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Your HR strategy checklist

Want to get HR a seat at the table? You need to be strategic. Set aside time to plan out your biggest goals. Hit the ground running with all the facts, figures, and strategy you need to succeed. Here’s a checklist to help you structure your strategic HR plan.

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How to become a great HR leader

Introduction HR is about so much more than payroll and processes. Automation and HR tech can take care of that now—leaving HR leaders the time and energy to deal with more advanced needs, like employee experience and developing retention strategies. Traditionally, HR professionals' responsibilities have revolved around payroll and policing policy. The pandemic increased organizations’ reliance on HR, and HR leaders are now integral stakeholders in the business. In this guide, we cover the four key ways HR leaders need to develop their skills to truly shine as an HR…

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