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New trends in HR management and how to adapt them

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John Wilcox

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Like sharks that must keep swimming to survive, HR professionals must continue evolving to succeed in these fast-moving times. Here are eight key workplace trends in HR management to plan for in 2019, according to David Hassell, CEO of performance management firm 15Five:

1. Regular coaching replaces reviews. If employees have to wait until a formal review to hear how they’re doing, they’ll be gone by that first review. More companies will abandon annual (or even quarterly) reviews in favor of continuous feedback. This generation demands it. A TriNet survey says 74% of millennial workers feel “in the dark” about their work performance.

2. Employees want flextime, not foosball tables. A Harvard Business Review study says 96% of people want flexibility in their jobs, but only 47% have the flex they need. The gap is even worse for women (only 34%). In this hyper-competitive labor market, offering remote work option...(register to read more)

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Himanshu shah February 18, 2019 at 11:33 pm

Informative and interesting also


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