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The Employee Experience Is The Future Of Work: 10 HR Trends For 2017

The Employee Experience Is The Future Of Work: 10 HR Trends For 2017 | HR Transformation | Scoop.it
As we enter 2017, the next journey for HR leaders will be to apply a consumer and a digital lens to the HR function creating an employee experience that mirrors their best customer experience.
Andrew Spences insight:

This is a very good article from Jeanne Meister that poses many questions for HR leaders, and also the supporting HR Technology ecosystem.

 

We need to design #1 a compelling employee experience, which is harder when many of our HR processes are crystallised within a legacy HRIS system.  

 

The article also picks up on big trends such as #9 Focus on team development, not just individual development and #6 Plan for a Blended Workforce.  

 

And finally, an important question,

What are you doing to prepare for this?

 

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Why Retention Will Be The Biggest Talent Challenge Of 2017

Why Retention Will Be The Biggest Talent Challenge Of 2017 | HR Transformation | Scoop.it

Retention will be the key to a successful talent strategy in 2017. Learn why and how in this article.

Andrew Spences insight:

The world of HR speakers, writers, bloggers is rather dominated by our conspicuous and noisy family member, the recruiter. Don't get me wrong some of my best friends are recruiters.  Well when I say best friend...

Anyway, what I mean to say is we are obsessed with attracting new talent, when sometimes we should be obsessed about retention of the right employees.

 

Lars Schmidt says it better, 

 

many companies fail to have a holistic approach to the entire candidate lifecycle from attraction through onboarding and development. This disconnect creates a fractured process where companies over-emphasize hiring and under-emphasize development, leading to retention issues and creating an endless loop of new recruiting.

 

 

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