HR trends


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oday’s HR organization must be agile, business-integrated, data-driven, social and digital tech savvy, forward thinking and deeply skilled in attracting, retaining, and developing talent.

At the other side of the table, demographics, cultural trends, and new technologies are rapidly changing the job market. People are living much longer than we used to. New technologies and automation are rapidly replacing repetitive jobs. New communication tools are eliminating formerly popular mediums for disseminating information at the same time as requiring more advanced media literacy skills for most new jobs. Mobile apps and MOOC make new skills acquisition accessible to more people, recruiting platforms are being launched every month, HR TalentAnalytics software include new criteria.
Vocationally keeps a close eye on new HR and job trends, and offers a digest of newest research and literature in this area, as well as personal insights from HR managers belonging to our network.
On your right, please discover latest articles on most in-demand skills and jobs for the upcoming years and decades.

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