The Redefined HR Pro

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A recent survey of over 800 members of the Achievers community identified the top 10 perspectives that are defining the new HR professional.

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The Redefined HR Pro

  1. HR’s role ischanging
  2. the newHR professional is
  3. A SAVVY AND SMARTBUSINESS STRATEGIST
  4. COMFORTABLE WITHNEW TECHNOLOGY
  5. FOCUSED ON DATADRIVEN RESULTS
  6. WILLING AND OPENTO TRY NEW THINGS[1]
  7. So, now we knowwhat they do
  8. but...
  9. what does thenew HRprofessionalthink?
  10. We surveyed800of our members
  11. and got theirperspectivestop 10
  12. this is what we found
  13. 1They careabouthelping peoplefurther their careers
  14. want to contribute atthe individual level, notjust organizationally.[2]78%
  15. 2They want to berecognized
  16. feel that being recognizedfor their hard work makestheir careers feel meaningful.81%
  17. 3They care aboutadvancingtheir careers
  18. HRrequiresskills&expertiseCompanies should build professional,technical, and managerial developmentstrategies to help HR professionals addskills to their repertoires.[3]
  19. 4They significantlyimpact the needs of the organization
  20. HRhelpsthebusinessfunctionby acting as a “talent producer,”developing and supporting talenton a regular basis.[4]
  21. 5They have an effect oncompany culture
  22. Buildingarobustcorporateculturewith strong employee engagementsets companies apart.
  23. 6Their contributions drivebusiness objectives
  24. HRisinapositionto get a full perspective of the wholebusiness, including internal factors aswell as external business conditions.[5]
  25. 7They are a forceforeconomic recovery
  26. With the increased use of temporary andcontract workers, HR is actively engagedin the growth of talent for companies.[7]
  27. 8They have challenges toovercome
  28. believe they have a budgetthat’s too small to work with.56%$$
  29. feel there’s no way to measurethe program’s effectiveness.50%
  30. have low employeeparticipation.40%
  31. are unable to find a meaningfulrecognition program.36%36%
  32. feel like they don’t have timeto recognize employees.33%
  33. but still...
  34. 9They are optimistic
  35. Beingseenasanemployerof choicein their industry and community alsohelps raise spirits, especially when thosecompanies are major contributors tomiddle-class jobs.
  36. 10They are hungryfor best practices andprofessional insights
  37. HRknowsthatits own skill development will be criticalas technology and specialties change.
  38. The bottom line...
  39. ...a business-savvy HR procan have a big impact!
  40. Download our white paper to see how youcan redefine your HR team and become astrategic power player.DOWNLOAD NOWRedefining the HR ProfessionalHR professionals know their role is changing in the workplace. They are offering morecritical workforce information and helping to ensure that companies have the talentthey need to carry out their strategies for the future. HR professionals are becomingsavvy business strategists, highly skilled in modern talent management and employeeengagement approaches, aware of and comfortable with technology, data-driven, andwilling to try new things.1Through a recent survey of over 800 members of the Achievers community, we are bringingperceptions among HR professions about their role in the workplace and how they will bechanging the way we think about talent and business.1Bersin, Josh. Predictions for 2013: Corporate Talent, Leadership and HR — Nexus of Global Forces Drives New Models for Talent. Bersin by Deloitte.2013. To view this complimentary report, visit http://www.bersin.com/Practice/Detail.aspx?docid=16164&mode=search&p=Talent-ManagementHR PROTHE REDEFINEDHR PROTHE REDEFINEDMeet Your Strategic Power PlayerAchievers’ Take:Employee Success starts withrecognition. As HR becomes a strategicpower player, focusing on EmployeeSuccess will be in lineprofessional motivationswith business objectives.
  41. STAY CONNECTED WITH US!
  42. 1. Bersin, Josh. Predictions for 2013: Corporate Talent, Leadershipand HR — Nexus of Global Forces Drives New Models for Talent.Bersin by Deloitte. 2013. To view this complimentary report, visithttp://www.bersin.com/Practice/Detail.aspx?docid=16164&mode=search&p=Talent-Management2. Ibid.3. Ibid.4. Ibid.5. Ibid.6. KPMG. Rethinking Human Resources in a Changing World. 2012.http://www.kpmg.com/global/en/issuesandinsights/articlespublications/hr-transformations-survey/pages/default.aspx7. Ibid.

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