In a galaxy not too far away, there’s a work-oriented future that looks more automated in terms of processes and procedures.
The Wall Street Journal reported on a glimpse of the future of HR from a conference held last week in Las Vegas. As more than 8,000 human resources executives and IT professionals convened, they heard about highlights of the future of work.
1. Surveys, surveys, surveys. Consulting firms are emerging selling various tools to help HR get more clued into morale and engagement. This means online surveys will ask employees how they feel about their boss, who they rely on for advice and if they were happy to come into the office on any given day.
Sounds like survey vendors are taking things up a notch by selling data to help employers not only interpret the information but act on it as well. Read more