Between the increasing difficulty of finding the right talent, and the influx of new generations into the workforce, recruiters are faced with a dynamic new landscape to navigate. Because of this, many of the tried and true recruiting practices of yesteryear may now be outdated.
In isolation, the broad variety of services which HR professionals can offer are not complex. But, aligning these diverse HR activities to achieve a coherent outcome which support business goals is where the real challenges lie, writes Rob Scott.
With the recent release of the Banking Royal Commission report, questions need to be asked about the role of the CHRO and how HR technology could have been used to spot inappropriate work patterns and behaviours, writes Rob Scott.
HR is too often treated as a mere supporting function, while it has increasingly significant impacts on the strategy and operations of an organisation. Part of the problem is that HR is still viewed in the old back-office/front-office paradigm, writes Pranav Birla.
We all know how essential learning is to organisational success. Unfortunately, outdated learning management systems (LMS) are holding organisations back, but they’re still one of the last pieces of technology they decide to replace, writes Sarah Wojciechowski.