11 HR Trends for 2023: Seizing the Window of Opportunity

Date and Time

Starts:03/21/2023 1:00 PM

Ends:03/21/2023 2:00 PM

Registration Closes:03/21/2023 12:00 PM

Event Type: Webinar

1 CPD Hour(s)



HRPA Members: Free

Non-Members: $30 + taxes

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Event Sponsor

2023 is the year for HR to reposition the function’s value proposition. Since 2020, HR has demonstrated its potential when properly enabled. To make this shift, we have to change our perspective on how we add value — to employees, managers, customers, and communities — and where we spend our time. However, HR is on the cusp of burning out. This will not get better unless we take care of the function itself, giving HR professionals the chance to recharge their energy and the proper resources they need to be effective. But this is not HR’s responsibility alone. It’s a business problem that must be prioritized. If businesses don't empower HR to function effectively and make better strategic decisions, organizations will face greater internal pressures from the challenges of the new world of work. HR holds the key to unlocking the change but enabling them is a business-wide responsibility. This is a pivotal time for HR. So let's take a look at the HR trends that will shape the world of work in 2023 and beyond.

Learning Objectives

  • How HR can reinvent in the next 12 months
  • 11 HR trends shaping the world of work in 2023 and beyond
  • What HR can do to navigate the function and their organization through these disruptive times

Who should attend this program?

  • HR Professionals


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Speaker bio(s)
Erik van Vulpen, Founder, AIHR

Erik van Vulpen is the founder of the Academy to Innovate HR (AIHR), the largest online HR Community in the world with over 500 000 monthly visitors from 140 countries. AIHR trains HR professionals in more than 325 of the Fortune 500. Erik is a globally recognized HR thought leader in digital and people analytics skills, as well as a regular speaker on learning and upskilling in HR.