Future of Work

How HR can prepare for tomorrow’s workforce

HR faces changing work and employee expectations

Industry disruptions are driving more agile work. Companies are undertaking digital business transformations that are changing their products and services, operations and internal capabilities. Automation is rapidly putting large labor market segments at risk of redundancy or profound change. These trends are radically changing work and employment expectations.

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The No. 1 challenge we are facing within our organization is understanding how we can bolster the workforce with new digital technologies. It is a modernizing time for manufacturing, and we are looking to our partnership with Gartner to really get there.

Ryan Cox

Organizational Development & Capabilities, Saint-Gobain

HR can prepare for the future of work

Leading HR teams actively help their organizations prepare for the future of work. HR leaders should advise executives on the future roles and skills they will need, leverage evolving employment models like gig work and change organizational processes to manage technology-driven workflows. 

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Insights you can use

Gartner’s future of work insights, advice, data and tools help HR move beyond the hype of predictions to prepare organizations to leverage the opportunities ahead of them.

Decide on predictions for investment

HR leaders encounter many future of work predictions from various publications and partners. Gartner can help you carefully review the urgency of these predictions and assess the need and application in the context of your organization.

Conduct workforce planning for future talent needs

HR teams struggle to anticipate and plan for future talent needs. Gartner can provide you the external labor market data, advice and tools to scale workforce planning and build a talent strategy that evolves with future requirements.

Rethink employment models for the gig economy

Today's tech-based work models and increased talent competition has increased contingent work in most industries. Gartner can help you understand how other companies are implementing various employment models and work management approaches and evaluate those that are right for your organization.

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Key Takeaways from Gartner ReimagineHR Conference 2019

More than 2,800 HR leaders came together worldwide to learn how to prepare their organizations for the future of work. Download the key takeaways to see what you missed.

ReimagineHR is one of the best conferences I have attended this year. The focus on the role of HR in the digital era is relevant and deepening our perspective as a critical business partner on how to transform our function to continue to keep up with change in the industries we work in.

Dora Alvarado

VP of HR, Premier Research
Case Study

Developing a strategy for the future of work

Ram Vadivelu, Senior Director, Talent and Workforce Analysis, Qualcomm, shares how Gartner TalentNeuron helped his team accurately identify emerging skills to solidify their talent strategy and how they rely on TalentNeuron's robust analytics and tools to drive decisions.

Gartner Topic Experts

Gartner’s HR experts include more than 170 people worldwide. Meet a few of our leaders. 

Leah Johnson
VP, Advisory

Scott Engler
VP, Advisory

Adriana Duque Hughes
Senior Director, Advisory

Connor Lott
Senior Principal, Advisory

Rachael Marshall
Senior Principal, Advisory

Robin Boomer
Director, Advisory

Ryan Hill
Senior Principal, Advisory

Gartner’s 170+ HR experts are trusted advisors for over 4,000 senior HR leaders.

Our experts can equip you with labor market data, HR function benchmarks, and relevant best practices and tools that accelerate speed to execution and ensure decision quality.