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The future of work will be driven by the digital skills of workers to access and sustain smooth interaction with the expanded environment of an enterprise, such as consumers, partners, and government.
Fremont, CA: COVID-19 has urged HR workers to adapt HR methods to the current situation. In this uncertain situation, the critical task was to ensure business continuity, particularly during the nation's initial strict lockdown. Here are four trends that may take over the human resource sectors:
Focus on Employee Experience will Increase
Because remote work may stay for a long time, even indefinitely, the trust aspect will be more emphasized in some organizations. As physical effort declines, teamwork may become more crucial. Therefore, trust will become a key factor for commitment, and workers will have to work to build up the trust factor.
Demand for New and Emerging Skills will Rise
The future of work will be driven by workers' digital skills to access and sustain smooth interaction with the expanded environment of an enterprise, such as consumers, partners, and government. This duty will fall on HR, too. As virtual learning rises, HR will create immersive learning platforms to make learning and expertise available to employees remotely.
Automation and Data Analytics will Play a Significant Role
There is a need to assist workers in day-to-day operation as companies continue to work remotely, with new objectives. To create a secure and sustainable future, HR leaders will have to react to these challenges in an agile manner by using automation to the fullest to balance the organization's and employees' needs.
New Ways to Onboard Talent will Emerge
Remote work has a long-term market influence. HR leaders will be called upon further to develop this method for both talent and company development. This will involve onboarding of talent, online reviews, and integrating the role and position of an employee with the overall organizational objectives. This will be the core of business growth and the new standard for winning the talent battle.