As we approach the end of the 2010s, business leaders need to shift their sights and strategies in order to advance their organization’s goals in the future. This means focusing on how HR works with their partners in technology and real estate to perfect their strategy.
Data from the American Action Forum found that America’s skills gap could become costly in the next decade. In fact, these shortages could amount to nearly $1.2 trillion to the U.S. economy. In order to avoid picking up part of the tab, companies need to create a work environment that values human experiences in order to retain talent.
Additionally, new technologies such as artificial intelligence and other automations, are replacing miniscule roles. While this has created worry about job replacement, this will actually open the possibility of new jobs opportunities. This should encourage businesses to focus on retraining programs.
Furthermore, companies should take note of modern learning environments to get the most out of their workspaces. For example, successful education spaces that offer diversity and inclusivity typically bring out the best in students. Workspaces that accommodate a variety of design solutions that focus on collaboration, technology-driven amenities, and more are guaranteed to have a successful and productive work environment.