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The 2022 State of HR Report: Challenges and Imperatives for HR Business Leaders in Today’s New World of Work

June 30, 2022

The 2022 State of HR Report: Challenges and Imperatives for HR
The new world of work is a hybrid environment, and the confluence of people and technology is the way forward.

From 2020 to 2021, the world witnessed a paradigm shift that would change the state of HR. Economic uncertainty and the “Great Resignation” played a crucial role in convincing HR teams to shift from traditional setups to more flexible working arrangements.

Companies that digitized their HR processes early on had a clear advantage in their transition to hybrid work. Meanwhile, other companies have begun using HR technology more in the hybrid era but to varying degrees of success. The next step now is for HR leaders to leverage HR technology to address new challenges such as employee engagement and retention.

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