State of HR Report 2020

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State of HR Report

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HR's position with many organizations shifted drastically during 2020, a year defined by turmoil and shifting economic circumstances that had a tremendous impact on people. 

With HR leaders now the center of attention at the leadership table, there was a lot of tough decisions to make and unforeseen challenges to address. Changing budgets, employee burnout, wellness and during times of layoffs and furloughs and in some cases, a complete realignment of business priorities made HR professionals adapt in ways they couldn't have imagined in 2019. 

In this report, we present the results of our most recent State of HR survey and ask leaders within the field to weigh in insights gained during the pandemic and what they expect to come next. 

Key takeaways include:

  • 20% say that market uncertainy is the biggest consequence of the pandemic. Find out what the biggest challenges were for HR in 2020 and how priorities shifted
  • 42% say they expect a budget decrease in 2021. Learn how shifting priorities and changing business landscapes are driving this change
  • 30% say the blurring of work and personal life was a major challenge. Discover how other companies are addressing employee experience as they move into 2021. 

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