Employee Turnover And Retention Briefings Abstract: 56
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The top 5 Human Resources issues for 2005 according to Canadian HR professionals, management consultants and career experts are as follows:
1. Leadership and Skill Shortages
Currently specialized areas are seeing talent shortages but in the future we are going to see it everywhere. It will be important in 2005 to focus on succession plans, leadership development, mentoring and knowledge transfer.
2. Organizational Culture and Change
There will be continued emphasis on creating a corporate culture that better attracts and retains the new generation of employees.
3. Health and Well Being
New healthcare options are the name of the game as health benefit costs continue to increase.
Also flexible work hours, work-life balance and remote work arrangements continue to gain traction with today's workforce.
4. Education and Training
Lifelong learning is a common theme in the workplace due to rapid advancements in knowledge and technology.
5. Legislative Realm
Privacy, security and corporate accountability are all hot button legislative issues that will play a prominent role in 2005. Read Source