In today’s challenging economic climate, HR will need to focus on their strategic priorities to ensure ongoing business success. Below are six key areas HR should consider:
- Creating purpose-driven organisations – connecting the company’s purpose to environmental, social, and corporate goals and making these goals a clear part of the brand is a valuable way for HR to make an impact and attract better talent.
- Building inclusion across the employee life cycle – equality, diversity and inclusion is here to stay and driving it will be critical to winning the battle for talent.
- Upskilling Leaders and Managers – the great resignation and talent shortage has seen high performers being promoted to managerial positions in order to keep them and less experienced candidates being offered managerial roles. Upskilling is essential when the talent pipeline has little or no managerial experience.
- Reshaping workplace learning – training must be aligned with the capabilities the organisation needs to be competitive and day to day learning should be delivered in innovative ways.
- Redefining remote and hybrid work strategies – employees want good communication and modernised policies setting out clear principles about how, where and when work is done.
- Broadening your wellbeing programme – a structured wellbeing programme should be well rounded with a focus on mental, physical and financial wellbeing.
Click here to see our comprehensive Checklist, which sets out in detail the essential questions you need to consider to bring these strategic priorities to life and devise your HR to-do list for the year ahead.
We are also offering discounted rates on employee surveys and HR policy reviews, if booked before 31 January 2023. Email us to enquire now.