HR Path publishes its annual HR Survey on the function of HR
Over the past two years, the HR function has been at the heart of all subjects. The HR department had to react to the pandemic, to be a real player in the entire treatment of the Covid crisis. Human Resources have gone from a support mode for organizations to an action mode, the engine of transformation and adaptability of organizations.
With its HR Function Survey first established during 2022, HR Path’s aim is to closely monitor the developments that have marked the HR function and will continue to do so, as this is changing very quickly. To support employees and companies in these new challenges, innovation must remain at the heart of our business. It is they who will create more performance and agility tomorrow.
Results of the HR Survey 2022-2023
Here are the main elements that emerge from our participatory survey conducted among HRDs:
- Only 19% of respondents believe that Human Resources will not be at the heart of their company’s problems.
- Nearly 75% of HR reports that their main daily difficulty is the lack of time and internal resources.
- 58% believe that the budget allocated to the HR department for the coming year will be
- Substantially identical to 2022.
- 46% consider the level of digital maturity of the HR department to be insufficient.
- 57% believe that the HR department embodies digitalization.
- The actions put in place to improve the employee experience following Covid are almost like what they consider priority to improve the HR function.
- 70% of companies have already deployed or generalized telework in France.
- 81% of respondents say they have not put in place actions to support and train managers in remote team management.
- 45% of HR managers anticipate a turnover rate of more than 10% for the coming year.
- 40% of companies anticipate a significant hiring intention for the current year
For more details on these results, you can download the details of our HR Survey (in French) at ni cost via the form below.