The workforce is changing dramatically—and leaders foresee new management issues. Today, workers are primarily full-time and traditional. But fewer than half of CHROs surveyed in our C-Suite Challenge 2018 think their workforces will look like this in three to five years. Instead, they foresee more contingent and non-traditional workers and more automated and digital solutions.
These changes raise a range of concerns: from finding enough skilled contingent workers and ensuring they have necessary organizational knowledge to engaging and retaining both tradition and continent employees while maintaining a strong level of customer interaction.
Hold the dates—October 18 - 19: Join leaders from Fortune’s “Best Places to Work” and “Most Admired Companies” lists at the 2018 Employee Engagement and Experience Summit in Las Vegas. You’ll hear firsthand how some of the world’s most admired and highly engaged companies sustain their cultures at a visit to the headquarters of Zappos—and from executives at other engagement standouts including Salesforce.com, Quicken Loans, UPS, HP Inc, Novo Nordisk, Intuit, CarMax, Cardinal Health, Lockheed Martin, AT&T, and Deere & Company.