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HR Happy Hour 414 - Rethinking Workforce Planning for the New World of Work

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HR Happy Hour 414 - Rethinking Workforce Planning for the New World of Wor

Guest: Paul Rubenstein, Chief People Officer, Visier

The HR Happy Hour show is sponsored by Paychex. Paychex makes it simple for businesses of all sizes to pay and manage their employees. They make payroll easy and automatic and they handle benefits programs. Paychex guides businesses through their human resources challenges by keeping them up to date with ever-changing laws and regulations. Online and mobile. Over the phone. In-person. Or any combination of the above. With Paychex, they work with you the way you want to work. Learn more at paychex.com

This week on the HR Happy Hour Show, we were joined by Paul Rubenstein, Chief People Officer at Visier, for a conversation on new ways of thinking about workforce planning, learning agility and reskilling, and avoiding the headcount trap, when planning for the people and skills needed for the future. Traditional, headcount driven workforce planning needs to be reimagined to meet the dynamic and evolving needs of the business, and to help organizations prepare to address skills and capability gaps. We also talked about the importance of learning agility - both from an organizational and HR viewpoint, as well as with individual learners.

Additionally, we talked about transitioning to an HR leadership role from a consulting and business leader role, and how that experience helps shape your role in HR. 

This was a fun conversation, thanks Paul for joining us.

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