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Top Issues for HR Professional


HR professionals today are facing complex challenges that require both agility and compassion. The global pandemic, social unrest, and economic downturn have brought new levels of stress to the workplace, and HR professionals must navigate these changes while maintaining a positive and productive culture.


Emotional exhaustion



Employee morale and retention




Diversity, equity, and inclusion




Remote and hybrid work



The pandemic has accelerated the shift to remote and hybrid work models, as many organizations have realized the benefits of offering more flexibility and autonomy to their employees. However, this also poses new challenges for HR professionals, such as managing performance, collaboration, engagement, and culture across different locations and time zones. To support this trend, HR professionals need to redesign their policies and processes to accommodate remote and hybrid work arrangements, provide adequate tools and resources for employees to work effectively from anywhere, train managers and leaders on how to lead remote and hybrid teams, and create a sense of belonging and connection among employees.


AI adoption



AI is becoming more prevalent and influential in various aspects of HR, such as recruitment, performance management, learning and development, and compliance. AI can help HR professionals improve efficiency, accuracy, personalization, and innovation of their services. However, AI also brings new risks and challenges for HR professionals, such as ethical concerns, data quality and security issues, bias and discrimination problems, employee trust and engagement issues, and AI governance issues. To leverage AI effectively and responsibly in HR, HR professionals need to understand the capabilities and limitations of AI tools and solutions, align them with their strategic objectives and values, involve diverse stakeholders in the development and evaluation of AI systems, monitor and audit the data and algorithms used by AI systems, communicate clearly and openly with employees about the purpose.

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