Just a step in to a New Year and the Market goes abuzz on what’s trending upwards this time.
Evolving technology sets 2017 as extensively challenging year for human resources management. Employee interactions will become more dominant for HR professionals at workplace. Employee engagement would be more impactful for HR functions keeping in mind the varied perspective and propensity of the employees. HR technologies are rapidly improving with time while statistical transformations will keep you at the competitive edge this year as automation will take over.
Let’s have a closer look on the emerging HR trends which are expected in 2017 and beyond:
1. Evolving Technology
Technology plays big part in human resources development. HR Technology continues to evolve with a change in human resources. Technology gives an ease to carry out on-demand employee development programs. It helps keep pace with next evolution in growing investments workforce talent planning. Technology proves to be a tandem in predictive modelling of learning and development for HR organization.
2. Talent Acquisition Changes
Performance review would be based on annual reviews and feedback. Performance and feedback coaching will feedback will improve employee retention consistently. Transparency seems to play major in talent acquisition.
HR Software would be considered for feedback technology by HR service providers. HR Software would establish a two-way communication for swift manoeuvre.
Embracing HR technologies should work sideways with human interactions as must in recruitment management systems.
3. Digital Marketing Will Take Over
As workforce continues to expand, HR management need to implement new platforms with advanced analytics. It could be communication, performance management, feedback survey platforms and more.
Automated approach largely reduces HR system complexities and gives HR organizations a drift. As stated by Richard Lobo HR Head Infosys -“The time availed through automation could be used to partner with people, business towards a better employee experience.
4. Diverse Workforce
Diversity in workforce is likely to become an important aspect of HR system.
The Focus would be on people perspectives and their attitude. With a boost in freelance industry, diverse workforce will involve full-time and freelancer employees.
Diverse workforce is expected to be a trend making employee engagement more complex.
5. Teamwork Will Grab the Forefront
Effective team play is one thing you need to build regardless of what industry you work at; there is a basic need of clear communication and being supportive at work. Commitment to acknowledge others opinions and perspectives will be what it takes to be a committed member of the group. Accountability is one factor which also goes with the sweep.
While the events and adventures are one popular improvement in the workplace culture, there are many ways to maintain connections at work. Teamwork is one trend that had acquired the forefront of progress since last year. Organization structure is another important aspect boosting team structure and to maintain employees mutual connections within the workplace.
6. Changed Performance Management
Performance coaching involves almanac reviews and feedback that eventually improves employee retention and satisfaction.
HROs leverage HR software they own just to ensure functioning of feedback technology for clients. Maintaining a two-way communication via appropriate HR software is a basic necessity.
7. Data Analytics
To establish a skilled workforce to keep pace with the talent market increase sourcing diversity and emphasis is laid on the candidate expertise. Back in 2016, Industries recruited for selected talent with analytics reflecting a rise in economical competition. Certain skills were noticed to be in demand. With talent market consolidation the organizations would be diversifying their sourcing strategies. With this Companies will focus on delivering a formidable candidate and employee experience.
As digitization will take over in the coming years, Data analytics will facilitate predictive analytics for better proactive modelling and decision-making.
So brace yourself for the unexpected Human Resource Changes in 2017. While these trends are just a backing of what we see appearing. We recommend for automated approach towards new and pre-existing complexities to see what’s trending in the human resources conduit.