In an effort to stay competitive and recruit top talent in the digital era, companies are implementing new technologies at scale, automating legacy processes, and digitizing customer – and employee – interfaces.


In this new issue of HR 2025, Mercer experts examine the challenges new developments such as these pose for HR leaders around the world, and how HR can help build a workforce for the future.


Gain insights into the factors shaping the workplace – from the push towards mass customization to data-based predictions – drawn from Mercer’s 2019 Global Talent Trend study, and explore what you can do to harness these changes.


In an interview with Antonis Christidis and Sarah Charlesworth, from our digital and technology practices, we shed light on how HR can boost its impact in a digital world, and explore some of the new technologies soon to be at HR’s fingertips. And in a sit down with talent strategy experts Jackson Kam and Ephraim Patrick, you’ll learn about the critical role HR plays in building a change-agile organization.


You’ll also gain insight into next-generation career frameworks and how they can help your HR team to build a visual guide to reskilling in an age of automation. Learn how your organization can shift how to reward employees by taking a more holistic approach to drive retention, engagement and business performance. Lastly, Rhonda Newman and Patrick Hyland discuss the implications of a multigenerational workforce on employee motivation and what comes next after employee engagement.


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