New York, NY, February 20, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- A little over a month into 2009, and the staggering employment rates have employees and employers alike questioning the stability of legacy companies- institutions that were once considered the bedrock of the American economy. How are such factors as unemployment, global outsourcing and increasingly shaky workplace dynamics going to affect the field of human resources in the coming year? Leading online workplace resource www.employaid.com has released its list of the top HR issues of 2009, which indicate industry re-skilling programs and an emergence of start-ups to be frontrunners of the year’s most popular HR endeavors.
Also on the list of top programs is the outsourcing of HR work, an increase in the number of freelancers and self-employed professionals, as well as a sense of optimism related to the potential of job creation in the new economy. Additionally as a result of massive job loss, collaboration to achieve professional success will replace the no holds barred competitive landscape of the last decade.
“While it might seem frightening that the corporate world has been turned upside down due to economic crisis, it has provided a world of new opportunity for individuals through startups and entrepreneurial ventures,” Employaid founder Barbara Poole said. “In reality, this shift to outsourced HR programs and more enhanced candidate marketability tools will exponentially advance the profession.”
Employaid.com provides comprehensive resources for employees, management and business owners to improve workplace relations, job productivity, hiring, recruiting and increasingly difficult on-the-job survival. A wealth of information related to the top HR trends in 2009 can be found at www.employaid.com.
Employaid is an online community for corporate employees to find the resources they need for success, whether they are starting out, are ready to check out of a corporate career, or somewhere in between. Here members will find tools, strategies and skills to navigate the rough waters of their workplaces. Or, simply to get ahead in their life, work, and career.
Because everyone is an individual, Employaid was designed with the individual in mind. Members can find the aid they are looking for across a wide variety of media - so they get what they want, how they want it, when they need it. Employaid is a unique and growing community of Members who are changing the face of today's workplace. Employaid can be accessed at www.Employaid.com.
Media Contact: Allison Brinkman
Eisen Management Group