The HR function has evolved over time and continues to grow in response to the fast-paced and dynamic world of employment. Organizational leaders and HR professionals have a greater number of responsibilities today than in the past, and they face a variety of challenges. These challenges include ensuring policies and practices comply with changing legislation, recruiting and retaining talent in competitive labour markets, ensuring administrative tasks are complete, and keeping up to date with relevant technology and best practices.
Adding to the increasing responsibilities of HR professionals is a push for equality, diversity, and transparency in employment practices, which further influences the role of HR. Human resources professionals are deeply connected to questions of hiring, retention, compensation, and communication between management and staff. Therefore, it’s important they work to stay up to date with evolving trends. But how?