We know that the world of work is changing. We know that this change will accelerate and proliferate in the months and years ahead. Crucially, we believe in the power of the people profession to actively drive these changes, not merely respond to them.
That’s why research has, and will, form the basis for all of our People Profession: now and for the future work. This page is where you’ll find the latest insights from our research and what it means for you as a people professional; both what you need to be doing now, and the strategic shifts you need to keep in mind for the future. You’ll also find links to relevant tools and resources to take the action you need.
Produced in partnership with the WFPMA, SHRM and AHRI, this report provides valuable international insights into the state of the profession
Drawing on collaborative research, our report explores the key trends influencing the future of work and how they will shape the people profession
The People Profession survey includes a set of practice reflections to help you consider the findings in the context of your own organisation or people team
Mel Green reveals the latest findings on current trends and short-term challenges
What do HR practitioners need to know and do regarding contractual issues and health and safety law?
The expertise of people professionals can be leveraged to support their organisations and employees to navigate and implement technological change
Good line management will strengthen organisations as they prepare for the changes to come
Discusses how leadership will impact future organisational changes