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The current pandemic and the dramatic contextual changes in the business world, made organizations change to survive. Businesses had to innovate or change their business models at once, and at the same time, they needed to keep their business performing efficiently while maintaining margins.
Navigating paradoxes in HR and accepting them as part of reality is the first step for HR to be a true strategic partner in the organization. Looking at their dashboard and having their eyes on the road at the same time. As in Formula 1 it is not only about winning the single race, but more so about winning the championship.
This panel discussion is the opportunity to give you the fuel for hands-on discussions, solid arguments and help you have a meaningful impact in the Boardroom with your CEO & Board of Directors, demonstrating a sustainable HR strategy execution.
For HR, digitalization's profound goal has always been to support leaders in making better decisions based on analyses and predictions. For the workforce, digitalization aims to optimize employee experience and satisfaction levels. But how are European companies performing toward these goals?
Join industry analyst Katherine Jones, Peter s'Jongers, Founder & CEO of Protime, an SD Worx Group company, and industry analyst George LaRocque of UNLEASH as they review the latest European research on the subject. SD Worx asked 3,000 companies, large and small, about their digital ambitions and challenges. To what extent are HR and payroll processes automated, and how big of a priority is the employee experience? We'll visit 11 European countries and review their progress.
2020 saw HR priorities shuffled and reshuffled. Existing trends are accelerating, while new strategies for the workforce have emerged. As workplaces and work models have revamped, HR has explored new domains that have now quickly become familiar territory. With everything changing and spinning so rapidly, HR looks to the future and what trends will guide us.
This webinar will answer three questions: What has kept HR grounded through 2020? How does this affect HR’s decisions in the short term? Which priorities should HR revisit to ensure success in 2021? We’ll look across eleven countries in Europe to explore this dynamic reality and what it means for your business.
With the rise digitalisation, new business models, and workforce polarisation, would you buy, build or borrow your talent?
In the final part of the HR Hula Hoop webinar series, we will investigate market shifts in Europe and what the prospect of an economic recovery in 2021 could mean for HR when it comes to delivering on their talent and workforce strategies.
Like a good hula hoop spin, more now than ever, we argue that HR will need firm footing while flexibly shifting to accommodate and harness the circular and dynamic flows of talent.
The future of HR is fluid – characterised by diversity, fast-paced change and innovation. The key to success in the digital age? Fostering an HR strategy founded on resilience and agility. However, it’s important to strike an optimal balance between fluidity and stability, as security is crucial during these uncertain, “never normal”, post-COVID times.
Based on our survey in 11 countries in Europe, we will explore the dynamic reality between companies & employees throughout the full journey. Are European companies ready to fluidly organise their HR? Is Uberization and other flexible employment already a reality in Europe? How digitalize is HR in Europe? And is fluidity taking over in rewards? Find out the answer with us.