Digital transformation, happiness at work, ‚Äúaspirational economy‚Ä̂Ķ Let us show you how HR becoming agile can transform the way your company works! Follow our two guides and read about the six HR trends of 2016 that are paving the way for the future.¬†

Yes, we know. Everyday you hear buzzwords such as ‚Äúagile‚ÄĚ and ‚Äúbig data‚ÄĚ ‚Äď so often that they have somewhat lost their true and¬†legitimate meaning. But the truth is, agility is the best solution for¬†today‚Äôs economic challenges. By emphasizing responsiveness, flexibility and customer-centric thinking, it enables¬†companies to¬†offer better and fast-evolving products and services. This approach¬†will place HR Management at the core of this transformation faced by all companies.

Digital transformation, underlining employee aspiration, and mature managerial and technological tools are the reasons why HRM is becoming the cornerstone of tomorrow’s companies. HR will be the driving force behind these changes.

Follow the predictions of our experts Alexandre Pachulski, CPO of Talentsoft, and Yves Loiseau, COO at Textkernel, and discover which trends will reshape our vision of HR:

  • The digital transformation of business: The HRD in the driver’s seat
  • Agile Human Resources
  • The “aspirational economy”
  • Happy at work: Rethinking job matching
  • HRIS: The new personal assistant
  • HR embraces Big Data


Alexandre Pachulski is the co-founder of and Chief Product Officer of Talentsoft. He holds a PhD in Knowledge Management. A renowned expert in his field, Pachulski speaks at Human Resources conferences and writes for his HR and social media blog,

Yves Loiseau started his web-related career in 1998 after having worked in international trade for five years. As an HRIS consultant for Publicis, he helped launch Mediasystem Interactive, an e-recruitment branch of the group. He then went on to occupy several positions in the field of HR technologies, working with companies such as i-Grasp, Job Angels and Otys France. A true expert in semantic technology and Big Data for HR, Yves Loiseau is currently in charge of Textkernel operations in France, Spain and Italy.



HR will be agile in 2016!

6 trends identified by our experts