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Future of HR

Nov, 2017

Human resources needs an image makeover. As it stands, people would rather be a cleaner, traffic warden, even a coal miner than to work in HR. The Future of HR special report, published in The Times, explores what the profession will look like in the future, for the likes of Generation Z and beyond. New perspectives on opportunities in technology, the positioning of the HR department as a hub for business strategy and the issue of so-called generationalisation paint a picture of a profession at a tipping point. In addition, you’ll find debate on whether employers should share salary information and the ongoing issue of sexual misconduct at work, as well as an infographic on how HR can help C-suite executives add value


To earn a place on the board, as well as develop their own skills, human resources directors must add significant value to the roles of other C-suiters