Business Strategy

HRD Briefing Paper: Scanning the Horizon: Trends and Issues in 2022

  • November 17, 2021

A quick search for future HR trends exposes a bewildering set of opinions, surveys and predictions. Some rooted in our experiences from the pandemic, others an acceleration of underlying themes and changing post EU business dynamics.

The ability of the HR profession to make some sense of these often-competing indicators is a key attribute of a forward-thinking function. The ability to respond in a manner which is focused on your particular business is key to an effective strategic partnership with that business.

This HR Directors’ Briefing Paper provides direct insights from people surfing the waves of these trends across the immediate, medium and longer term. It illuminates the current tensions, while also focusing our attention on the emerging themes, and reminding us to keep the strategic headlights focused on the macro changes.

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