What is the Future of HR?

We know that the economy is far from fully recovered even though we have seen some hopes. What happened? Where are we at right now? What will happen next?

Attendees of the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) 62nd Annual Conference & Exposition are expected to find the answers to these questions in the event. From today’s welcome speech by Lon O’Neil, the President and CEO of SHRM, I see the future of HR. Business leaders have been working with HR strategists to manage an organization’s human capital. Strategic HR helps business hire untapped talent and gain competitive advantages with higher productivity, more innovation and lower staff turnover. Afterwards, today’s keynote speaker, Steve Forbes, President and CEO of Forbes and Editor-in-Chief of Forbes magazine, suggested four factors that may very likely influence the recovery: (1) Dollar --- stable and strong dollar will help; (2) Taxes --- making taxes less complicated will release people’s tension and allow them to create; (3) Federal spending --- over-flooding expense will not help; and (4) Business environments --- make doing business simple.

Do you agree? What’s next for HR?

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Picture of Steve Forbes was downloaded from: http://tinyurl.com/linchikwok06272010P

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