HR leadership must take the lessons from the last 18 months and put them into practice to prepare for 2022.
By Sandy Kaminski|January 04, 2022 at 10:30 AM
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In the past 18 months, things have changed faster than anyone could have anticipated. Covid-19, the social landscape, and technological advancements have turned the world upside down, especially in the workforce. HR managers have been thrown into the midst of national cultural changes and economic currents while trying to find and keep talent from surrendering to the Great Resignation. As we move in 2022, five key challenges will encapsulate the year. Below we take a deeper dive into those hurdles and how HR leaders can overcome them.
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