Human Resources Trends
Phelps 2020 Chief Human Resources Officer Trend Check
Here are the top 3 trends that should be influencing your decision on who to work with when choosing your next human capital partner. Whether you are embarking on a search, seeking new ways to harness change management strategies or identifying and working with emerging talent, we have deep expertise to ensure your goals are not just met, but exceeded.
Trend #1 The majority of organizations require more preparation to respond to the human resource concerns in the age of complexity and disruption.
Human Resource Implication: The need to understand different kinds of change, the implications of that change and how to integrate practice, policy and process are key requirements for human resource leaders.
Trend #2 The ability to compete for top talent continues to dominate the human resource agenda.
Human Resources Implication: The ability to understand the drivers and motivations of multiple demographic groups of employees, develop holistic quantitative and qualitative measures and nurture (and share) the organization’s ethos are essential to preserving competitive advantage.
Trend #3 Holding others accountable for behaving in accordance with organizational values emerged as the leadership attribute that will become most important in the next 5 years..
Human Resource Implication: Developing an accountability and values-based framework that facilitates stronger communications amongst team members will be vital to building happier, healthier and more vibrant workplaces in the future.