The Future Of HR	<br />Laurie Ruettimann, SPHR@lruettimann<br />
BEFORE WE GET STARTED…<br />
WHO ARE YOU?<br /><ul><li>Human Resources VP or Director?
Recruiting VP or Director?
Business Leader?
Chump With No Power?</li></li></ul><li>MY FIRST HR JOB<br />
MY LAST HR JOB<br />
COLLEGE RECRUITING EXPERIENCE<br />
LIFE AFTER HR<br /><ul><li>HR Lady
Blogger Lady
Writer Lady
Cat Lady
Speaker Lady
Social Media Chick
Bacon Lady
Pixie of the Apocalypse</li></li></ul><li>THE FUTURE OF HR <br />
#WINNING THE FUTURE OF HR <br />
THE CURRENT STATE OF HR<br />
THE CURRENT STATE OF HR<br /><ul><li>HR IS MIDDLE-AGED
The average age across all ranks is 47.
Generalists are slightly younger, at 45.
CHROs are slightly older, at 53.</li></ul>What HR Thinks and Feels: The 2011 HRxAnalysts Psychographic Survey of HR Profes...
THE CURRENT STATE OF HR<br /><ul><li>HR IS WHITE
On the whole, HR professionals are 92% white.
This trend is especially significant when political views that impact diversity and hiring are considered. </li></ul>What ...
THE CURRENT STATE OF HR<br /><ul><li>HR IS WELL-EDUCATED
46% of all HR professionals have pursued postgraduate education.
16% have earned an MBA.
14% have earned some other master’s degree.
And 4% have earned a doctoral agree. </li></ul>What HR Thinks and Feels: The 2011 HRxAnalysts Psychographic Survey of HR P...
THE CURRENT STATE OF HR<br /><ul><li>HR IS MARRIED WITH CHILDREN
69% of respondents are married, and 71% of respondents have children. (16% are single, 11% are divorced, 3% are widowed an...
Rates of marriage are above the national norm (only 59% of adults are married nationally) and rates of parenting are below...
THE CURRENT STATE OF HR<br /><ul><li>HR IS AFFLUENT
72% of HR professionals reported household incomes greater than $90,000.
53% reported household incomes greater than $120,000.</li></ul>What HR Thinks and Feels: The 2011 HRxAnalysts Psychographi...
THE CURRENT STATE OF HR<br />
THE CURRENT STATE OF HR<br />
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  • NCACE 2011 Keynote Presentation: The Future of HR

    1. The Future Of HR <br />Laurie Ruettimann, SPHR@lruettimann<br />
    2. BEFORE WE GET STARTED…<br />
    3. WHO ARE YOU?<br /><ul><li>Human Resources VP or Director?
    4. Recruiting VP or Director?
    5. Business Leader?
    6. Chump With No Power?</li></li></ul><li>MY FIRST HR JOB<br />
    7. MY LAST HR JOB<br />
    8. COLLEGE RECRUITING EXPERIENCE<br />
    9. LIFE AFTER HR<br /><ul><li>HR Lady
    10. Blogger Lady
    11. Writer Lady
    12. Cat Lady
    13. Speaker Lady
    14. Social Media Chick
    15. Bacon Lady
    16. Pixie of the Apocalypse</li></li></ul><li>THE FUTURE OF HR <br />
    17. #WINNING THE FUTURE OF HR <br />
    18. THE CURRENT STATE OF HR<br />
    19. THE CURRENT STATE OF HR<br /><ul><li>HR IS MIDDLE-AGED
    20. The average age across all ranks is 47.
    21. Generalists are slightly younger, at 45.
    22. CHROs are slightly older, at 53.</li></ul>What HR Thinks and Feels: The 2011 HRxAnalysts Psychographic Survey of HR Professionals The Demographics, Behaviors, Attitudes and Beliefs of HR Professionals Abridged Executive Brief April 2011<br />http://www.hrxanalysts.com/<br />
    23. THE CURRENT STATE OF HR<br /><ul><li>HR IS WHITE
    24. On the whole, HR professionals are 92% white.
    25. This trend is especially significant when political views that impact diversity and hiring are considered. </li></ul>What HR Thinks and Feels: The 2011 HRxAnalysts Psychographic Survey of HR Professionals The Demographics, Behaviors, Attitudes and Beliefs of HR Professionals Abridged Executive Brief April 2011<br />http://www.hrxanalysts.com/<br />
    26. THE CURRENT STATE OF HR<br /><ul><li>HR IS WELL-EDUCATED
    27. 46% of all HR professionals have pursued postgraduate education.
    28. 16% have earned an MBA.
    29. 14% have earned some other master’s degree.
    30. And 4% have earned a doctoral agree. </li></ul>What HR Thinks and Feels: The 2011 HRxAnalysts Psychographic Survey of HR Professionals The Demographics, Behaviors, Attitudes and Beliefs of HR Professionals Abridged Executive Brief April 2011<br />http://www.hrxanalysts.com/<br />
    31. THE CURRENT STATE OF HR<br /><ul><li>HR IS MARRIED WITH CHILDREN
    32. 69% of respondents are married, and 71% of respondents have children. (16% are single, 11% are divorced, 3% are widowed and 1% are separated.)
    33. Rates of marriage are above the national norm (only 59% of adults are married nationally) and rates of parenting are below the national norm (81% of American adults have children, 14% more than the HR professionals).</li></ul>What HR Thinks and Feels: The 2011 HRxAnalysts Psychographic Survey of HR Professionals The Demographics, Behaviors, Attitudes and Beliefs of HR Professionals Abridged Executive Brief April 2011<br />http://www.hrxanalysts.com/<br />
    34. THE CURRENT STATE OF HR<br /><ul><li>HR IS AFFLUENT
    35. 72% of HR professionals reported household incomes greater than $90,000.
    36. 53% reported household incomes greater than $120,000.</li></ul>What HR Thinks and Feels: The 2011 HRxAnalysts Psychographic Survey of HR Professionals The Demographics, Behaviors, Attitudes and Beliefs of HR Professionals Abridged Executive Brief April 2011<br />http://www.hrxanalysts.com/<br />
    37. THE CURRENT STATE OF HR<br />
    38. THE CURRENT STATE OF HR<br />
    39. THE CURRENT STATE OF HR<br />
    40. THE CURRENT STATE OF HR<br />
    41. THE REAL FUTURE OF HR <br />
    42. THE FUTURE OF HR:BE CREATIVE<br />
    43. BE CREATIVE<br /><ul><li>A Harris Interactive study on the internet habits of youth found that 79% of 8-to-12-year-olds and 88% of 13-to-24-year-olds spend an hour or more online on a typical day.
    44. The average number of hours spent online daily increases with age, rising from 1.9 hours among 8-to-12-year-olds to 3.5 hours among 13-to-17-year-olds, topping at 4.5 hours among 18-to-24-year-olds.</li></li></ul><li>BE CREATIVE<br />PWC<br />SODEXO<br />GSK<br />PEPSICO<br />SIRIUSXM<br />
    45. BE CREATIVE<br /><ul><li>Twitter gets more than 500,000 new users every day.
    46. There are currently 110 million users of Twitter’s services.
    47. Twitter receives 180 million unique visits each month.
    48. There are more than 600 million searches on Twitter every day.
    49. Over 60% of Twitter use is outside the U.S.
    50. More than a third of users access Twitter via their mobile phone.
    51. 25% of active Twitter users checked the service several times a day, with 2% saying they were extremely active.
    52. The Pew Research Center, a Washington-based think tank, found that 13% of Latino and 18% of African-American adult internet users use Twitter.</li></li></ul><li>BE CREATIVE<br />
    53. THE FUTURE OF HR:BE RELEVANT<br />
    54. BE RELEVANT<br /><ul><li>Class of 2011 is the most indebted—ever.
    55. $22,900: Average student debt of newly minted college graduates.
    56. 85% of new college grads move back in with parents.
    57. Tuition rising at an annual rate of about 5%.
    58. Florida State College Jacksonville will set a ceiling for student debt. Federal loans could be denied to those off track and indebted.</li></li></ul><li>BE RELEVANT<br /><ul><li>Food Stamp Usage Up 14% in 2011
    59. CBS News/60 Minutes: Motel Children
    60. 8.2% of kids under the age of 18 go without health insurance
    61. 18% of kids age 12-19 are considered obese</li></li></ul><li>THE FUTURE OF HR:BE INNOVATIVE<br />
    62. BE INNOVATIVE<br />JOB TIPS FOR THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 2011 VIA @THEONION<br /><ul><li>Applying at places they happen to walk by and get a good feeling about.
    63. Getting the phone numbers of the 500 biggest companies in the United States; calling them and screaming, "ARE YOU HIRING?"
    64. Practicing handshake with boss doll at home.
    65. Packaging resumé with a free iTunes download.
    66. Lurking at Chinese lunch buffet to find out what people with jobs talk about.
    67. Putting up "Josh Needs Work" fliers in their area and expecting support, not laughter, you guys.
    68. Googling "How to get a job”.
    69. Comping extra slice of cheese on sandwich of anyone who looks as if they might be hiring.</li></ul>http://www.theonion.com/articles/the-postcollege-job-hunt,20365/<br />
    70. BE INNOVATIVE<br />40 Elements to a 21st Century College Recruiting Program – Kevin Wheeler via ERE.net<br /><ul><li>Recruiting activities start early in the life cycle — as early as kindergarten and elementary school.
    71. Guarantee selected faculty members (who understand your company and your needs) at selected schools that you will interview any student they refer.
    72. Assess and track candidate and manager satisfaction with the selection process and make periodic changes. You try not to hire “in your current image” but seek to find candidates with fresh ideas and who can bring a different and perhaps higher level of performance to the organization.
    73. Your management team would say that the college recruiting effort is one of the best and most effective of all HR practices in your organization.</li></ul>http://www.ere.net/2010/02/04/40-elements-to-a-21st-century-college-recruiting-program/<br />
    74. THE FUTURE OF HR: BE EVIDENCED-BASED<br />
    75. BE EVIDENCED-BASED<br />Paul Kearns – Evidenced Based HR<br />http://www.evidencebasedhr.com<br />
    76. THE FUTURE OF HR <br />
    77. ONE MORE THING<br />
    78. THIS IS NOT THE FUTURE OF HR<br />
    79. THIS IS THE FUTURE OF HR<br />
    80. The Future Of HR <br />www.thecynicalgirl.com<br />www.starrtincup.com<br />laurie@starrtincup.com<br />

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