Revealed: What HR will look like in 2020

Revealed: What HR will look like in 2020

The function of HR is ever evolving, with vast changes expected to take place within just five years – according to a new study.

Eversheds, along with researchers Winmark, have released their HR 2020 report, entitled Navigating the Future – with results showing a more flexible, diverse and skilled workforce than ever before.

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Comments (1)

  • Sceptic
    Sceptic
    Thu, 31 Mar 2016 10:00am BST
    From the list of things in the article that HR might be expected to embrace my view is that we will see Jacks (or Jills) of all trades but masters of none. I see this too often in the area of remuneration in what should be middle to senior manager/specialist levels.

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