An INC article entitled “What Does The Future of Human Resources Look like?” caught my attention. I particularly liked the last paragraph, where the author discusses job title changes. They conclude that changing from chief human resource officer to chief experience officer signals a professional shift.
That’s something I can’t entirely agree with. Both the candidate experience and the employee experience are integral parts of HR. It’s possible that we didn’t refer to it as the same thing. Or give it the same priority. It’s always been there.
However, I believe articles such as the INC one should encourage HR departments to have focused, intentional conversations about how they function. It’s not just about what policies and programs we want to implement over the next year but also where we are going and how our work supports that. Here are some of the most popular HR Bartender posts that pertain to human resources.
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