HR Professionals Struggle with Preparation for the Future of Work – Health of Organizations at Risk HR Research Institute Releases Results of 2022 Survey

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The new “Future of HR Function 2022” survey conducted by the HR Research Institute reveals that many HR professionals are struggling to manage key challenges facing their organizations this year and next. Most admit that they are not prepared for the quickly changing future of work. The consequences could have a far-ranging impact on the health of organizations.

The study suggests that HR professionals are having a crisis of confidence about their value in the workplace as HR becomes more focused on meeting the needs of individual employees in an era of labor shortages.

Only about two-fifths believe they are good at meeting organizational needs from the perspective of employees,Only 17% strongly agree that HR maximizes employee experience and, Only 10% strongly agree that they are working on long-term planning to help the organization.

“HR professionals tend to be consumed by current crises. The things keeping them up at night are recruitment, retention, and figuring out the best ways of handling new demands and expectations from workers,” says Mark Vickers, chief research analyst at HR.com. “Many feel as if they still have not mastered the ability to recruit high-quality talent, but they’re also struggling in more strategic areas such as

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