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HR trends for 2018

Mark Jackson, Junior Talent Acquisition and Sarah Kaiser at Fujitsu share their five noteworthy trends for HR, talent management and employment in 2018. covering a data-driven approach to decision-making, HR’s role in the eagerly anticipated GDPR, AI meets HR, the every-changing demand for skills and the #MeToo movement moves into general workplace.

Article by: Mark Jackson, Sarah Kaiser and Junior Talent Acquisition | Published: 7 January 2018

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What will HR Shared Services look like in the future?

The lessons from history are that while automation has an initial impact on jobs, new jobs then emerge, and we need to start planning for that transition now.  HR and HR shared services should be developing workforce plans for each department.

Article by: Katharine Henley, Victor Torres & Vineet Khanna | Published: 22 October 2017

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What HR can learn from the Bell Pottinger scandal

I'm afraid this one is a macroeconomic problem. Whilst I can't think of a better system than capitalist democracy, what it does is demand every company grow, every quarter - forever.

Article by: Atif Sheikh, CEO of businessthreezero | Published: 27 September 2017

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Agile – the future for HR success and credibility?

Over 30 years I have seen report after report, article after article, conference speech after conference speech call upon HR to be more business-focused, more effective and more responsive. This has been held up as the route to credibility in the boardroom and the wider organisation for HR. By Professor Chris Roebuck.

Article by: Professor Chris Roebuck | Published: 4 September 2017

Shattering boundaries

To be truly future-ready, HR's boundaries have to be shattered, so that its skills become embedded in the core competencies of roles across the organisation, especially line managers, who help deliver the full employee experience.

Article by: Payal Vasudeva | Published: 21 April 2017

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Apple of his eye

"I’ve never met one of you who didn’t suck. I’ve never known an HR person who had anything but a mediocre mentality". Steve Jobs.

Article by: Nick Henley | Published: 20 April 2017