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Why is resilience of HR systems necessary, Tomasz Milosz, GIGLike, SIGMA, 15 December 2020


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Presentation, Why is resilience of HR systems necessary? Tomasz Milosz, GIGLike founder and CEO, at the SIGMA webinar held on 15 December 2020.

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Why is resilience of HR systems necessary, Tomasz Milosz, GIGLike, SIGMA, 15 December 2020

  1. 1. © OECD Are HRM practices in your organisation resilient and agile enough to address the next COVID-like crisis? Why is resilience of HR systems necessary? The situation in the labour market Tomasz Milosz GiGLike founder and CEO Virtual event – 15 December 2020
  2. 2. 1 “Working life has entered a new era”
  3. 3. 2 Three megatrends TECHNOLOGY ➢ Global labour market ➢ Emigration/ immigration ➢ Aging society ➢ Declining workforce (lack of 2.1m in 2030) ➢ Generations (X,Y,Z) ➢ Diversity (Races, Religions, Cultures, Disabilities) ➢ Computing power ➢ AI, Machine Learning, Boty, Robotic Process Automation, Roboty ➢ Cloud Computing & Data Centers ➢ Mobility - Everything mobile, wireless, IoT ➢ Work-life integration ➢ Network of Teams, Agile, Lean, Scrum etc. ➢ A new of a new quality of leaders ➢ Flat organizational structures ➢ Digital skills ➢ Managing distributed teams (remote work) ➢ Focus on developing social skills (motivation) DEMOGRAPHY LEADERSHIP
  4. 4. 3 Bill Gates predictions of life after COVID 1. Remote meetings will become a norm 2. Software will have improved dramatically 3. Companies may share an office on rotation 4. We'll choose to live in different places 5. You'll socialize less at work, and more in your community 6. Things won't go totally back to normal for a long time 7. The next pandemic won't be nearly as bad
  5. 5. 4 9 Future of work trends post-COVID-19 Accelerated Trends ● More employees working remotely ● Increased use of employee data ● Greater role of the employer as a social safety net ● Wider use of contingent workers New Impacts ● Critical skills are no longer synonymous with roles ● Some employees find work more humanizing in the crisis; others find it dehumanizing ● Crisis response distinguishes top-tier employer brands Pendulum Swings ● Organizations prioritize resilience as much as efficiency ● Crisis adds to organizational complexity, straining design, culture and value proposition Miejsce na grafikę
  6. 6. 5 Tomek Miłosz Tel. +48 606 785304 @: Sources: ● Future of Work Trends Post-COVID-19, Gartner, 2020 ● 2020 Gartner Cost Cutting and Employee Experience Survey, Gartner Optimizing Workforce Planning Investments Webinar Poll (7 April 2020) ● The B2B digital inflection point: How sales have changed during COVID-19, McKinsey, April 30, 2020 ● ● ● Thank you!