Remaking Work for a New World: 2024 HR Predictions
How well is your organization managing today’s rapid, unabated rate of change? According to employees, 41% don’t believe they have what they need to develop their skills, while 59% are on the lookout for more career guidance. So, it has never been more important for HR leaders to stay current with the latest trends and understand what they mean for their people and organization. Yet, more than 60% of organizations aren’t leveraging AI technology to optimize their talent programs. To help strengthen your organization’s talent management program, Cornerstone has gathered the latest intelligence on HR trends for 2024 and beyond. Read our new eBook, Remaking Work for a New World: 2024 HR Predictions, to learn: How leaders are using AI to map existing skills to content and improve instructional design How maturing practices in hybrid work will drive better collaboration Why companies are transforming the business into a skills marketplace for stronger workforce planning Why organizations are moving away from annual performance reviews How your organization can use predictive analytics to anticipate future business needs
HR tech revolution: Shaping positive workplace cultures
As we keep pace with the fast-moving trends, we understand the vital role culture and technology play in creating a happy, healthy and productive workplace. We’re all about embracing the future, and our HR leaders are at the forefront of talent management, understanding the evolving landscape of work and the transformative impact of technology. Drawing on insights from our Talent Health Index and 2024 HR Predictions Report Remaking Work for a New World, we’ll explore how HR technology is changing the game and revolutionizing how we work.
5 generations in the workforce: How to engage each through learning
Some of us learn best by seeing, others by listening and others by doing. In the same way, there are variations in how different generations develop new skills.
Why visibility into the performance of your content strategy is critical
We all know the way we work is changing at warp speed. In today's hyperdrive environment, learning in the flow of work is more crucial than ever before. Employers must stay on their A-game — anticipating learners' needs and providing on-demand learning content to help them acquire new skills and knowledge efficiently.
Trends at Work
Measuring what matters: Getting started with reporting and analytics
If you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it. While there are endless variations and misattributions of that line, it’s not a bad box to tick when getting serious about setting strategy for reporting and analytics. After all, it’s generally helpful to know whether what you’re doing is working. But that doesn’t go quite far enough. Go beyond what you manage; measure what matters.
Quiet quitting is not the problem
The phrase “quiet quitting” has really struck a nerve. Ever since its arrival via a TikTok video, people can’t seem to stop talking about it. It’s even given birth to some spinoff terms like “quiet firing.”
3 ways my HR career prepared me for my customer-facing role
Throughout my career, I’ve had the opportunity to work in a variety of fields. My first role after undergrad was as an elevator sales consultant. After that, I joined the airline industry, and during my time there transitioned from customer care to operations and human resources. And for 15 years now, I’ve worked in HR, leading talent and recruiting teams focused on the tremendous possibility and contributions of people.
Skills tied to success: A new era in performance hiring
In today's workplace's hustle and bustle, an exciting change is happening in how we hire. We're moving away from the traditional ways and stepping into a fresh era where skills take center stage in the performance hiring spotlight. Curious about this shift? Let’s dive into why skills are becoming the key players in predicting and ensuring success in the workforce.
Cornerstone Performance: Holistic talent development that drives business forward
Whether you do performance reviews only once a year or have a robust, continual performance management process, with Cornerstone Performance, you can set goals, coach employees, receive feedback, guide development, and give recognition. Seamlessly link performance and skills data with internal learning opportunities to enable employee-driven, manager-supported growth. Because the best way to invest in business growth and achievement is by investing in the growth and achievements of your people with Cornerstone Performance.
Supercharge skill development through performance planning
As an HR professional, you have to keep your entire organization ahead of the curve to succeed. Skills are the bridge connecting individual performance and holistic growth within your organization. In other words, for your entire company to achieve its potential, every person on your team needs to achieve their own goals first.
Anticipating skills requirements is a core HR function
The human resources discipline encompasses a wide variety of roles and responsibilities, all centered around the employee. These tasks span everything from recruitment, payroll and administration to strategic workforce planning and training.
Remaking Work for a New World: 2024 HR Predictions
How well is your organization managing today’s rapid, unabated rate of change? According to employees, 41% don’t believe they have what they need to develop their skills, while 59% are on the lookout for more career guidance. So, it has never been more important for HR leaders to stay current with the latest trends and understand what they mean for their people and organization. Yet, more than 60% of organizations aren’t leveraging AI technology to optimize their talent programs.