On December 5, 2012, we hosted a Nextchat titled “HR’s 2012 Performance Review” with special guest Eric B. Meyer, and it was such a hit that we’ve brought it back for an encore presentation.
Many topics trended in 2013 as the HR profession continued to evolve.
Over the past year, the HR profession increased its use of social media, technology, and analytics to accomplish goals and measure results. Trends such as employer branding, employee engagement and the candidate experience also gained considerable ground as organizations looked for creative ways to find and keep the best talent. Employment law also trended in 2013 as more organizations tried to prevent instances of costly employee litigation.
As we enter the home stretch of 2013, @WeKnowNext wants to hear from you. We want to know all about the brilliant ideas you implemented to become totally effective, completely strategic, and to positively affect your organization’s bottom line. What worked? What didn’t? What kept you up at night? Who did you meet along the way and what did you learn that inspired you?
Q1. What do you feel worked well for the HR profession in 2013? What was one of your greatest accomplishments?
Q2. What were the greatest challenges for HR in 2013? As an HR pro, what kept you up at night?
Q3. How did you or your HR department use social media to accomplish goals in 2013? What worked? What didn’t?
Q4. What were the most valuable blogs or books that you read this year? How were they helpful to you?
Q5. What HR (or other) technology did you implement that significantly increased productivity/effectiveness?
Q6. What were the most important “HR lessons” that you learned this year?
Q7. What can HR do to increase compliance and decrease lawsuits in 2014?
Q8. What are the biggest opportunities for the HR profession in 2014?