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OrgChart Survey Evaluates Top HR Trends in 2024


Survey results will highlight top priorities & challenges for HR & People Operations in 2024

California, United States, 3rd Apr 2024 OrgChart has developed a survey to analyze the top human resource (HR) priorities and challenges in 2024.

Historically, HR Professionals have lacked access to the same quality research that their colleagues in Marketing or Sales have enjoyed. For this reason, the industry benefits as a whole from identifying key areas of potential growth and the best tools to rely on to achieve this growth.

For OrgChart, the survey results will fuel their mission to Shape the Future of HR. With the survey results, OrgChart can better streamline HR management and People Operations with its automated organizational charts that improve workforce planning.

Efficient HR management is the backbone of business growth, but every year brings new challenges for professionals in this role. With the evolution of technology and workplace restructuring, human resource professionals are looking for new tools to support employees who face unforeseen obstacles.

“Those in HR roles have to manage multi-faceted challenges every day and the solutions must be customized to the organizational chart to be effective,” says OrgChart founder Steve Datnow. “This survey will help us understand how to apply new technologies like AI to People Operations across the board.”

OrgChart harvests data from Human Resource Information Systems to build customized and shareable organizational charts. These organizational charts are designed to provide a real-time snapshot of the organization. This overview gives HR professionals the data they need for effective workforce planning. By leveraging the results of this survey, OrgChart can empower HR professionals and decision-makers to deploy HR solutions effectively across the organizational chart.

This survey examines modern human resource management, highlighting both the challenges and opportunities presented by industry trends and evolving technologies. More specifically, the survey addresses strategies for leveraging new technologies, recruiting and retaining top talent, DEI initiatives, remote working, industry regulations, and KPIs.

“Our goal at OrgChart is not only to enhance collaboration and onboarding but also to help professionals apply solutions to everyday HR challenges effectively across the entire team,” says Datnow. “By identifying our clients’ pain points, goals, and approaches to modern technology, we can optimize our support and boost their success.”

This survey is accessible on OrgChart’s landing page and HR professionals across all industries are welcome to participate. With this valuable data, OrgChart can improve operations across all HR roles. 

About OrgChart

OrgChart has built a platform that automatically converts HRIS data into customizable and shareable organizational charts that provide real-time visibility into any organization. OrgChart stands out from resource-dependent diagramming tools, impersonal organizational chart solutions, and inflexible HCMs with enterprise capabilities. Moreover, OrgChart offers this at a reasonable price and with a low-lift implementation.

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OrgChart Survey Evaluates Top HR Trends in 2024


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