Both senior executive leaders and HR leaders know that it’s time for human resources to go break the old mold. Gone are the days when the bulk of HR’s responsibility lay in filling open positions and conducting new-hire orientations. Over the past 12 years, labor costs have increased nearly 40%. The workforce is becoming increasingly complex. Four generations, each with differing needs and values, are working together. Nearly 1/3 of the workforce is contingent and that number continues to grow. Jobs will exist tomorrow that did not exist today.
The idea of HR getting a seat at the table was already “close to 20 years” old when Fast Company published its infamous article, Why We Hate HR, a decade ago. Yet in the past year the rhetoric around this topic has escalated ...Read more
Workforce Planning is the business process of projecting labor supply based on where you are today, capturing labor demand for where you want to go, comparing the two, analyzing costs, and aligning the organization on the actions to take to ...Read more