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Workforce of the future

This report by PwC highlights the competing forces which are shaping the future of work for the year 2030.

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The word: forces for change

This report from Ius Laboris researches the impact of an evolving geopolitical, demographic and technological landscape on employers.

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HR IN THE AGE OF BIG DATA, AI AND ALGORITHMS

This event included discussion and debate with our keynote speaker exploring the impact of technology on the world of work, and a panel discussion on the opportunities and challenges for HR in harnessing people analytics to support the business. 

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Workforce of the future

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Workforce of the future

PwC take a look at the workplace of the future and four possible worlds of work for 2030. 

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Future of HR

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Future of HR

This report from Raconteur explores some of the challenges facing HR in the future, such as an ageing workforce and the productivity puzzle. 

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Transforming the traditional performance review process

This white paper from UNC examines why traditional performance management systems are not effective and why employers are increasingly rethinking their approach to performance management.

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Global human capital trends 2016

Sweeping global forces are reshaping the workplace, the workforce, and work itself. To help organisations and their leaders understand these changes, Deloitte presents their 2016 Global Human
Capital Trends report, based on more than 7,000 responses to a survey in over 130 countries around the world.

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The rise of HR

What do HR professionals need to know or do to be effective in today’s and tomorrow’s business world? This report gives an insight into the potential issues.

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On the cusp of change: the future of HR

The HR function is on the cusp of change due to the impact a number of megatrends are having on organisations. But how exactly is this change presenting itself?  This report by the HayGroup considers.

 

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