10 HR Trends to Watch for in 2022

New Year, New Career

It’s a new year, and with that comes new opportunities. This is true  for individual personal goals, and for organizations. With that in mind, our HR Business Unit Lead, Dr. Sue Haywood, shared some insights with on 10 HR Trends to Watch for 2022.


The upcoming year is one of opportunity, Sue shares. That opportunity is being seized by workers, who have taken this pandemic to reflect on their careers, many of whom want a big change, a new way of working, or the chance to pursue new interests.

The top 10 HR trends include topics such as: how do you retain your top talent? How do you as a manager seize the opportunity before you?

Read Sue’s article to learn more about what you can expect in the coming year!

About Sue

Dr. Sue Haywood is the Business Unit Lead, HR with Business Sherpa Group and an Assistant Professor at the Smith School of Business at Queen’s University. Sue’s career includes service with the Canadian Armed Forces and HR roles within healthcare, government, Fortune 500 companies. Her experience and knowledge of the HR considerations enable her to provide strategic advice to private and public sectors, unionized and non-unionized workplaces, and large and small organizations. She serves on the HRPA board of directors, volunteers with Great Dane rescue and is the proud mom of a pre-schooler.

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