We continue to expect the unexpected

We continue to expect the unexpected
Agility and flexibility remain key for HR organisations to meet their current and future challenges. It is a great time to carefully review our assumptions and plans for organisation culture, the orientation of leadership, the impact of firm structure, and the manner by which we approach managing talent of all types.

What issues do you see HR should focus on in 2023?

PA In recent years, HR Leaders have been tested like never before: hybrid work, the great resignation, the race for talent, and not to mention the wider geopolitical and economic volatility that we are experiencing globally.

Employee well-being, flexible work models, and diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) have been top HR priorities for companies as they’ve worked to adjust to massive disruption and change. As we head into next year, we’ll see many of these trends continue and evolve as organisations zone in on communication, skills development, and relationship management.

In 2023, we continue to expect the unexpected. Agility and flexibility remain key for HR organisations to meet their current and future challenges. Key priorities HR Leaders are focusing on in 2023 :

  • Secure and retain talent by transforming the role of the people manager.
  • Elevate – not hinder – employee experiences with ethical AI and machine...

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Preeti Ahuja

is currently associated with Atlas Copco as a HR Leader India. She is a seasoned HR professional with 17+ years of experience in shaping the organizational culture, nurturing progressive employee relations, talent & organizational development. She brings diverse industry experience across many organizations like Larsen & Toubro, VMware, Emerson and Alfa Laval.Preeti has been recognised as a 'Top 10 Women Chief People Officers 2023' by Women Entrepreneur India. She also got awarded for Women Leader of the Year 2021 and Global Women Leader 2022 by World Women Leadership Congress.

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Preeti Ahuja

is currently associated with Atlas Copco as a HR Leader India. She is a seasoned HR professional with 17+ years of experience in shaping the organizational culture, nurturing progressive employee relations, talent & organizational development. She brings diverse industry experience across many organizations like Larsen & Toubro, VMware, Emerson and Alfa Laval.Preeti has been recognised as a 'Top 10 Women Chief People Officers 2023' by Women Entrepreneur India. She also got awarded for Women Leader of the Year 2021 and Global Women Leader 2022 by World Women Leadership Congress.

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