There are four things that I believe will have significant impact on our future workplaces. These issues may be the catalyst for imminent, widespread change among the HR profession.
When I say “HR and Technology,” what immediately comes to your mind? When the theme for this issue of our magazine was shared with me, I had to think about what that really means to me. It probably conjures up different mental images for each of us. Some will immediately think about their recruiting tools and applicant tracking systems, others will reflect on their payroll system or their comprehensive human resources management systems.
From age 6 to 16, I spent a few weeks of my summer each year at camp. It was a marvelous time. As soon as the weather would warm up in the spring, I’d begin to anticipate being with my “camp friends” again.
As I sit down to write my last message to you as president of HR Florida, I can’t help but look back to reflect on our achievements during my tenure, but also to look forward to see what I believe the future will hold. In an organization such as HR Florida, representing close to 14,000 SHRM members and continuously working on a wide range of activities throughout the year, it’s sometimes hard to see the scope of our triumphs.