Wednesday | 1:00 PM ET
The level of uncertainty facing HR decision-makers has never been greater. Beyond the impact of the pandemic on the nature of work itself, widespread technological disruption, changing employee preferences, advancements in digital engagement and oversight are making some jobs obsolete and placing others in high demand. This rapidly shifting environment will only accelerate the gig economy, workforce transience, and competition for highly skilled talent – increasingly, these challenges are playing out on a global scale.
This Session will Examine:
Aligning workforce planning with business strategy and accounting for a changing workforce and a changing society: talent shortages, remote work, the gig economy, demographic and generational shifts, employee expectations moving out of the pandemic
The impacts of an increasingly automated world: Downsizing, redeployment, upskilling/reskilling, workforce rebalancing, prioritizing new skills/employee types
Identifying tools, technologies and methodologies to visualize workforce pressures, model change, project gaps, and establishing truly predictive analysis
Building a commitment to DEIA into forward workforce planning strategy