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HR in 2030: Five trends progressive people leaders need to know to get ahead

by Sage

The pandemic has truly shone a light on HR in organisations. With no pre-existing playbook for dealing with a global crisis, businesses turned to people leaders to help steer them through the uncertainty – and HR leaders well and truly took up the mantle. 72% of HR leaders told us in our recent research that the crisis has increased the value and wider understanding of their role across organisations, and 59% of HR leaders said the pandemic has enabled them to become more visible and influential. It’s something that employees agree with; 60% of employees told us in the research that they’ve noticed changes in HR’s role, such as becoming more people-focused and strategic.

The crisis well and truly shifted the world of work in every way. To succeed in this ever-changing landscape, 17 HR and People experts reveal five key trends progressive people leaders will need to focus on to be prepared for 2030.

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  • The experts of the HR industry
  • The five trends shaping the role of HR in 2030
  • What are the top skills needed to get ahead today?
  • What role does HR technology play?
  • The HR in 2030 toolkit

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