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MyHR Partner Founder Predicts 2024’s Top Workforce Adaptations

What are some of 2024 top workplace trends? An expert chimes in.

Founder and CEO of myHR partner Tina Hamilton revealed some of her most highly anticipated business trends for 2024.

Hamilton called upon her extensive knowledge from her human resources outsourcing firm, one of Inc.’s Best Workplaces this year, to advise the current workforce for the future. 

Hamilton said there would be big changes to the dynamics of the workplace, citing the big jumps in technique and globalization. She expects companies will be pushed by the concept of sustainability, implementing policies of renewable energy, eco-friendly production, and implicit environmental waste responsibility.

In the same vein of climate change alterations, Hamilton suspects that the role of government—local, state, and federal—will become more involved in the workforce.

“Policymakers must proactively address the evolving needs of the workforce, implement regulations that protect workers’ rights, support retraining initiatives, and promote diversity and inclusion,” she said.

This increased level of collaboration will help to bridge the gap between public and private sectors of businesses, which will help to foster an environment that allows for both innovation and, furthermore, a sustainable avenue for big economic growth. 

With a greater emphasis on “gig economy” which will include “platforms facilitating freelancing and short-term projects…offering individuals flexibility and diverse income streams” companies will be more likely to look for broader global talents to bolster their internal workforce. According to Hamilton, this will help companies to create more diverse, but equally skilled, teams. 

In regards to hiring processes and the format of how business days will likely go, Hamilton explained that it would be largely dictated by artificial intelligence and automated data analytics program. As more processes becomes artificial, companies will look for applicants with critical thinking, creativity, and high EQ.

Hamilton said remote work will become more common as companies shift to a more flexible option for employees. “The hybrid approach combines the flexibility of remote work with the benefits of in-person collaboration,” she said.

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