The challenges that face HR and payroll professionals are continually shifting and evolving.
Over the last few months, under the backdrop of COVID19, businesses have seen difficulties and challenges around remote working, employee engagement and organisational transformation – to name but a few!
Almost every organisation has been impacted in some way by the coronavirus, and from a business perspective, the pandemic has put increased pressure on HR leaders and their teams, in terms of how adapt to rapid change within their organisations.
As one of the largest HCM providers globally ADP employs just short of 60,000 associates worldwide and serves clients in 140 countries - we have seen first hand the pressurised environments our clients have faced in recent months - From ongoing legislative changes and furloughing employees to managing remote workforces and associates mental health - it’s safe to say the last few months haven’t been quite in the world of HR!
Given the current climate our session will focus on some of the key challenges HR specialists have faced recently, and how process inefficiencies have hindered some organisations as they adapt to the new environment.
Not only are we going to analyse these challenges and their immediate impacts, but we’ll be exploring how having the right systems and processes in place can support business resilience and ultimately define the workplace of the future.
Are you ready for the next phase?
As businesses start to find their feet again and the world ‘opens’ back up for business, what does that mean for the workforce landscape…? Is your business prepared to tackle the ‘new norm’? And what lessons can we learn from the pandemic that will ensure the success of future businesses?