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As firms look to indefinitely lay-off workers, while others concentrate on restructuring management roles to ensure job stability and retain employees, HR patterns and research concentrate on enhancing and making existing employees more visible.
Fremont, CA: The pandemic has penetrated into every sector, and industry and thought leaders have recognized in certain instances that adaptation and reform are essential for both employers and workers to grow and advance. Work-from-home offices and more flexible work schedules are becoming more frequent today.
We should expect the same from the world of HR with the rapid transition many industries and companies are going through. With Artificial Intelligence (AI) advancement, improved software for recruiting, and enhanced health efforts for employees. Here are three trends transforming the HR and recruitment industry.
Employee Wellness and Mental Health
After the outbreak of the coronavirus, HR managers have managed to transform the general understanding and employee satisfaction, designing programs that can support employee growth, forge stronger long-term partnerships, and ensure that employers and businesses can have a lasting positive effect on their workers. Employee experience and well-being have now driven enterprises and HR teams by using people analytics to address business challenges to become more complacent.
Employee Talent and Retaining Staff
In a time when workers are left fragmented, HR teams will restructure their inner workings, build new roles for redundant positions, concentrate more on employee well-being, and become a mentor. HR will not be an office trying to solve employee problems but will expand its awareness of its employee and the whole family unit, helping maintain a healthy work and personal lifestyle.
Artificial intelligence can assist in the recruiting process, as firms restrict access to office work and anyone accessing their workplaces. Better machine learning can attract more remote workers, including others outside the control of city and state corporations. In the recruitment process, innovations and enhanced technological capabilities will become more evident, with platforms like Zoom and Skype taking center stage while holding video conferences.