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4 HR Trends to Support Employees in 2023 and Beyond

Key Takeaways

  • The employee experience will continue to be a top priority for businesses everywhere.

  • Competitive organizations use unconventional benefits to ensure the well-being of their employees.

  • Skills are at the forefront of recruitment and internal development.

  • Automating more data-heavy processes helps HR transform into strategic leaders.

The Great Resignation may have subsided, but it still carries a long-term impact. As businesses continue to evaluate what their workforce needs in an employee-centric tomorrow, the need for strategic human resource management grows.

Technology is the intersection of an enhanced employee experience and proactive HR. But it’s up to organizations to wield it in a way that readies them for what lies ahead.

Luckily, the future doesn’t have to be a guessing game. Consider these four HR trends to navigate an ever-changing workplace with confidence.

Employee Benefits and Well-Being

 Ensuring employees are engaged, developing and thriving requires more than basic health care coverage. Competitive organizations continue to push the envelope of benefits and work toward a more holistic approach.

There are a number of different options — like on-site counselors and employee assistance programs — to enhance a workforce’s well-being. But none of these possibilities should be supported by assumptions. Instead, consider an employee engagement survey and use technology to conduct it efficiently and securely.

Skills-Based Hiring

 Degrees don’t always reflect aptitude. While academic qualifications are still valuable, many recruiters are taking a look at less apparent skills. Every business has a unique mission, and accomplishing it isn’t always possible with more traditional skill sets. As the talent pool shifts, new candidates rise to challenge the status quo. Identify their strengths and create an environment engaging enough to secure them.

Upskilling and Reskilling

Recruitment shouldn’t overshadow the power of a strong training and development strategy. More employees are seeking versatility in their roles. This could involve cross-department skill sharing or open discussions about creative approaches to work. Upskilling not only engages employees, but it also gives their organizations the means to prepare for their future.

Finding leaders to help tackle upcoming and unknown issues is key. But even if an employee isn’t bound for management, giving them the tools to better understand their role and thrive helps future-proof operations.

Automation Supports Greater HR Strategy

HR professionals can’t enhance employees’ lives if they’re stuck manually entering data and stumbling through outdated processes. Investing in self-service technology relieves HR of unnecessary tasks and empowers them to reclaim the “human” side of their department.

Read our guide for an in-depth exploration of each of these HR trends.

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Key Takeaways

  • The employee experience will continue to be a top priority for businesses everywhere.

  • Competitive organizations use unconventional benefits to ensure the well-being of their employees.

  • Skills are at the forefront of recruitment and internal development.

  • Automating more data-heavy processes helps HR transform into strategic leaders.