Shifting business priorities create significant opportunities for HR
The Winter 2015/16 edition of HR Outlook: Leaders’ views of our profession survey report, in association with Workday is designed to provide insight and expert commentary about HR’s current and future contribution to business performance. We compare the views of HR and non-HR leaders on key people-related issues to highlight prominent trends, stimulate discussion, and move on the debate about HR’s role.
The findings show there is a clear alignment of views about what the organisation’s strategic priorities are. However there are also some areas of disconnect, including about HR’s use of analytics and the technology-related issues each group is focusing on. In the report we draw out 5 key insights about what the findings mean for HR, and also some practical reflection points to help you assess your own HR team’s impact and strategy going forward.
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Tell us what really matters to you in HR by taking part in our current HR Outlook survey in association with Workday. This is your chance to have your say and help stimulate debate and action within the profession. The survey closes next Friday, 28 October.
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