#Nextchat: HR’s 2018 Performance Review

 

 

In January, HR professionals prepared for the new year and revealed some of their plans in the SHRM online news article HR Shares Its Own Performance Goals for 2018. There were even predictions for what would be in and what would be out in 2018.       

Improving workplace culture, skills development and the continued evolution of HR tech, including the incorporation of artificial intelligence, were some of the most talked-about developments in 2018. Transforming performance reviews and transitioning to continuous, real-time feedback in lieu of annual reviews was also a movement that employers continued to adopt and refine in 2018.

As we enter the homestretch of 2018, @shrmnextchat wants to hear from you.

What trended in your HR world? What brilliant ideas did you implement to positively affect your organization’s bottom line? How did you become more strategic and efficient and increase the credibility of your role? What worked? What didn’t? What kept you up at night? What did you learn that inspired you?  

Please join @shrmnextchat at 3 p.m. ET on Dec. 5 for #Nextchat. We’ll chat about what worked well―or not so well―in 2018 and opportunities for growth and advancement in 2019.

Q1. What HR trend had the biggest impact on you or your workplace in 2018?

Q2. What worked well for you and your HR department in 2018? What brilliant ideas did you implement to positively affect your organization’s bottom line?

Q3. How did you become more strategic and efficient and increase the credibility of your HR role?

Q4. What were the greatest challenges for HR professionals in 2018? What kept YOU up at night?

Q5. How did you or your HR department change any part of the employee life cycle in 2018 to make it better?  

Q6. What technology did you implement in 2018 that significantly increased the productivity/effectiveness of your HR department? 

Q7. How did you use data and analytics in 2018 to improve any HR process—and how will this affect how you plan to use data and analytics in 2019?

Q8. What were your personal and professional achievements (big or small) in 2018? Go ahead and brag. We’d love to hear about it!

Q9. What are the most important HR lessons you learned in 2018, and how will they affect your plans for 2019?

If you missed this #Nextchat you can read the RECAP here

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