The changing perceptions and expectations in HR
87% of c-suite leaders believe the pandemic has accelerated changes in HR, and over a third of employees believe HR has adapted to become more responsive.
These were just some of the findings in Sage’s first research report ‘HR in the moment’ series, looking at changing expectations and perceptions of HR today from over 1,500 HR leaders, the c-suite and employees.
But how can HR translate these changes into something more sustainable in the long term?
In this webinar we’ll deep dive into the research findings, as well as provide guidance on how to move forward and upskill the HR profession.
We will explore:
- HR’s rising influence among the C-Suite and how to maintain this credibility
- The view from employees that HR has become more people-focused
- How Covid-19 accelerated digital transformation
- Ways HR leaders can continue down a path of transformation
Hannah Wright is one of the authors of Sage’s new research report ‘HR in the moment’ and Director of Product Marketing at Sage People. Hannah began her career in talent acquisition, gaining first-hand insight into the opportunities and challenges HR and People teams face. Today, she’s responsible for supporting HR leaders as they look to tech to solve some of the challenges of today’s world of work.
Deborah Wilkes FCIPD has been passionate about HR since leading European HR teams in global organisations. She then spent many years in leadership and management development, and as MD of Enable-HR Deborah brings those two strengths together. Their research into what makes great HR revealed 7 HR Enablers, and in a recent survey they focused on one of them – Reputation. Deborah’s book ‘Empowering HR’ was published recently.