HR Trends for 2018

Kronos

The HR Trend Institute follows, detects and encourages trends in the people and organization domain, and in related areas. "Megatrends" are influencing work and the workplace. What will the future of work look like, and how can organizations use these trends for their benefit? In my introduction, I will give an overview of what I see as the most important HR trends, and give examples how organizations and creative innovative suppliers are adapting to the trends.
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Spotlight

With baby boomers retiring in droves and millennials becoming the largest generation in the workforce, today’s talent landscape is in flux. And as senior employees prepare their exit strategies, younger generations are eager for development opportunities that put them on the path to filling these soon-to-be-vacant leadership positions. As a result, career mobility is becoming a key differentiator for organizations when it comes to retention. According to the 2018 Brandon Hall Group Career Development Study, 87 percent of workers say development is important to them and 57 percent insist that a clear career path would compel them to stay longer at an organization, saving companies from the costs of recruiting and training new hires.


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Accommodating Anxiety, Workplace Stress and PTSD Under the ADA

lorman

Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the U.S., affecting 40 million adults age 18 or older or 18.1% of the population every year (Anxiety and Depression Assn. of America). 7.8% of Americans will experience PTSD in their lives and about 30% of men and women spending time in war zones experience PTSD (Nebraska Department of Veterans Affairs). Some 12.5 million working days were lost due to work-related stress, depression or anxiety in 2016/17 (Health and Safety Executive), and 50% of employees in one survey said that stress and anxiety impacts the quality of their work (Anxiety and Depression Assn. of America).
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The Secrets to Recruiting High Demand Talent

Monster

Recruiting top talent can be tough for employers, especially when hiring for high-demand industries or professions. Top candidates may receive multiple offers and are in a position to be selective when choosing their next employer. Tune into this on-demand webinar for an in-depth look at current employment trends and the demand for highly skilled talent.
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Guidelines for Adequate Documentation of Discipline and Termination

lorman

This material will show you how to build the documentation infrastructure you need to govern the employment relationship from hiring to effective discipline and discharge decisions. Most importantly, we will discuss how to effectively document proactively and defensively in a way that will help, rather than hurt, your company in the event an employee brings legal action.
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Best Practices, Tips, & Tools C&E Leaders Can Use to Better Engage Employees

Compliance Week

Employee engagement is a struggle for most C&E leaders, but this informative webinar with Compliance Week will provide the tools and support compliance needs to garner more internal attention. How to erase the deep stigma often attached to communications produced by E&C. How to get management buy-in for new employee engagement initiatives.
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Spotlight

With baby boomers retiring in droves and millennials becoming the largest generation in the workforce, today’s talent landscape is in flux. And as senior employees prepare their exit strategies, younger generations are eager for development opportunities that put them on the path to filling these soon-to-be-vacant leadership positions. As a result, career mobility is becoming a key differentiator for organizations when it comes to retention. According to the 2018 Brandon Hall Group Career Development Study, 87 percent of workers say development is important to them and 57 percent insist that a clear career path would compel them to stay longer at an organization, saving companies from the costs of recruiting and training new hires.

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