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Talentomics: Nine Ways HR Must Adapt to Find Talent

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Talentomics: Nine Ways HR Must Adapt to Find Talent
Date:
April 23, 2012 at 3:00 - 4:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Lance Richards, Office of Innovation(Kelly Services, Inc.)
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Description
The post-Recession business landscape is still coming into focus. We know only one thing with certainty: life in HR has been changed, and our survival, as a profession, and as HR professionals, is at stake. The rules are different now.

It's essential that HR professionals pause for a moment, and think about where we are, what is influencing us, and what we need to do next. In Talentomics, we’ll look at nine global macro-trends which are shaping HR today.

We will start by examining some of the underlying demographic issues… the things we can’t change, and which then become the root of change. We’ll look at the impact of globalization, as well as some of the demographic shifts that will make tomorrow’s workforce (and workplace!) very different from today’s. From there, we’ll take a look at where HR has been, where it is, and where it will need to be to survive. We’ll examine this first from a historical perspective, then, current perceptions of HR, and then on the basis of what businesses expect from a thriving, contributing HR function.

From there, we’ll examine the influences of technology, and the changes it will force onto HR.

We’ll do a deeper dive on the Millenials… the Gen Ys that are moving into our workplace every day. How are they wired? What are their motivators? What do they expect from the workplace, and what changes are we going to have to make for them?

Finally, we’ll wrap up with a higher level look at options for HR… lead, follow or?
Who Should Participate
This presentation would be very helpful to HR professionals who are trying to understand the changes taking place in the workforce, the workplace, and especially in HR. HR professionals with cross-border responsibilities (or those who aspire to that) will find this material of importance, as it takes a broader look at workforce trends… including not just North America, but global issues as well.
What You Will Learn
This session will help you: 1. understand the trends in HR which have global implications; 2. how those trends relate to companies' business results, and, 3. changes that HR must make to be able to contribute to the enterprises’ strategy
Recommended Resources
Talentomics white paper available at kellyocg.com.
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Kelly Services, Inc.

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