What I Think: The New Work Context

Retooling, reskilling, reshaping, reorganizing — all words used in reference to the “future workplace.” In reality, however, the future of work is already here, and HR need to begin managing this ever-changing workplace today. This was the premise of my recent address at the Business Media Leader Summit.

For decades HR has primarily focused on talent and all the ways in which people are managed, including bringing the right people in, moving them through the organization, administering benefits and handling other “maintenance” issues. In recent years, HR’s role has expanded from occupying a people-centric role to gaining an additional focus on the organization.

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Vera Asanin
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Vera Asanin
Vera Asanin is President and Editor-In-Chief of “Your Workplace.”