Cost optimization does not mean cost minimization (the default in tricky economic times).
HR leaders need to strike a balance, and consider the short-term vs. long term gains.
Budget planning, capital allocation, and benchmarks should be scrutinized and reassessed through an integrated lens.
We’re in an unusual and pretty unprecedented economy: inflation has reached record highs, yet the labor market remains tight overall. While many executives anticipate a recession and consumer sentiment is bleak, some economists and CXOs remain optimistic.
As organizations respond to these paradoxes, new technology and innovative organizational practices can help them achieve previously unattainable outcomes. By applying 8 principles, organizations can spot a broad range of opportunities for cost optimization that also enable them to create a more agile, adaptive workforce to remain resilient in the face of uncertainty.
Join us live to:
- Consider the current economic climate and future predictions that will impact your 2024 planning.
- Hone in on strategies to cost-optimize your HR processes in a digestible 8-point plan.
- Takeaway practical advice on how to leverage data and technology in order to get the best out of your existing talent resources.
- Consider where current out-of-the-box technologies are falling down and why they’re failing to deliver.
The Human Resources event of the year is back, and it’s bigger and better than ever. Join UNLEASH World in Paris, to hear from innovators like Barbara Lavernos, Josh Bersin, Katarina Berg, Natalia Wallenberg, Muriel Pénicaud and more to discover solutions for your daily HR challenges.
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