The HR Industry landscape is changing rapidly

Every work sector has experienced dramatic changes in the last two decades as the technological revolution gathers speed. But none have changed the way they work more completely than the human resources industry.

From recruiting to hiring to training to engaging workers and giving them the means to access their health and pension benefits, there is no aspect of the human resources professional’s strategies that has not been impacted by a growing dependence on technology, analytics and predictive analysis.

As you cast your eye across the industry landscape, you see not only has the traditional way of securing and handling the workforce changing, but also the attitudes and cultures of workplace itself.

The days when a young person was glad to secure a decent job in their own hometown and hoped to hold it until they retired have followed the dinosaurs into extinction. Today’s mobile, restless workforce expects to be moving around a lot more, and they are much more excited about what they will learn in their job than whether or not it will last forever.

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