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Five Trends HR Leaders Need to Leverage in 2023

The rapid pace of workforce transformation is pushing human resources leaders to adapt for employment trends that have earned catchy monikers — the Great Resignation, quiet quitting, and stay interviews. Yet, other underestimated developments are already impacting the dynamics of work. ILR Faculty share their view on trends in HR for 2023.
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Five Trends HR Leaders Need to Leverage in 2023

JR Keller teaches about talent-acquisition trends on the EMHRM program

JR Keller is an Associate Professor of Human Resource Studies in the ILR School at Cornell University. His research focuses on understanding how firms make hiring decisions and individual make career choices, with a particular interest in how the dynamics shape how employees change jobs within firms.
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JR Keller teaches about talent-acquisition trends on the EMHRM program

Professor John Hausknecht talks about EMHRM's unique student experience

Professor John Hausknecht talks about EMHRM's unique advantage in its cohort of HR professional peers who study and develop strategically together.
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John Hausknecht
Professor John Hausknecht talks about EMHRM's unique student experience

ILR's Rebecca Kehoe discusses her research on HR leadership

ILR Associate Professor Rebecca Kehoe talks about how how organizations can apply her research to reach their strategic goals through their people.
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Rebecca Kehoe
ILR's Rebecca Kehoe discusses her research on HR leadership

Diane Burton talks about the importance of the focus on Human Resouces

Professor Diane Burton discusses the importance of EMHRM's focus on HR management and organizations.
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Diane Burton talks about the importance of the focus on Human Resouces