Adjusting to the new normal in HRM: Ways HR practitioners can adapt to the current and future work challenges
John Festus Vandy, Anthony Domawa and Patricia Sarah Vandy
This article aims to explore the concept of the "new normal" in Human Resource Management (HRM) and how HR practitioners can adapt to the challenges of current and future work environments. By exploring and synthetizing the various literatures on current and future work, this piece highlights the importance of flexibility, agility, innovation amongst others in HRM practices to meet the demands of evolving work environments facilitated by COVID-19 and other emerging global happenings. As the workplace continues to evolve, it is crucial for HR professionals to stay up-to-date with new technologies and work practices. It also offers practical suggestions for HR professionals on ways to adjust their approaches to talent management, employee engagement, and workplace culture to support organizational success in the new normal.
John Festus Vandy, Anthony Domawa, Patricia Sarah Vandy. Adjusting to the new normal in HRM: Ways HR practitioners can adapt to the current and future work challenges. Int J Res Hum Resour Manage 2023;5(1):139-143. DOI: 10.33545/26633213.2023.v5.i1b.140