The [Solve] Friday February 16

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Happy Friday! Dive into the Evolution of Human Resources with insights from Tyler Bergquist, HR Associate. Discover strategic trends, including data-driven decision-making and employee-centric practices. Also, check out the group of consultants joining our team this month and explore various career opportunities listed below in this week’s edition of the Solve.

The Evolution of Human Resources

By Tyler Bergquist | HR Associate

In the ever-changing landscape of business, the role of Human Resources is undergoing a profound transformation. As we step into the future, several trends and innovations are reshaping the way organizations approach HR, emphasizing a more strategic and technology-driven approach.

  1. Data-driven Decision Making
    The future of HR lies in leveraging data analytics to make informed decisions. Predictive analytics can help HR professionals anticipate workforce trends, identify potential issues, and streamline recruitment processes. By harnessing the power of data, HR departments can align their strategies with organizational goals more effectively.
  2. Artificial Intelligence in Recruitment
    AI is becoming an integral part of the recruitment process. Automated screening, chatbots for initial candidate interactions, and predictive analytics are streamlining hiring processes. This not only enhances efficiency but also ensures a fair and unbiased recruitment experience.
  3. Employee Experience Takes Center Stage
    The focus is shifting from traditional HR functions to a more holistic approach centered around employee experience. Organizations are recognizing the importance of creating a positive work environment, fostering employee well-being, and providing opportunities for continuous learning and growth.
  4. Remote Work and Flexible Policies
    The rise of remote work has redefined the traditional office setup. HR departments are now adapting policies to accommodate flexible work arrangements, recognizing the importance of work-life balance. The future of HR will involve managing hybrid work models and addressing the unique challenges associated with remote teams.
  5. Skills Development and Continuous Learning
    In a rapidly evolving job market, upskilling and reskilling are crucial. HR is evolving to become a catalyst for continuous learning, facilitating training programs, and promoting a culture of growth within organizations. This proactive approach ensures that employees stay relevant in the face of technological advancements.
  6. Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Initiatives
    Organizations are increasingly prioritizing diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in their HR strategies. This involves creating inclusive hiring practices, addressing unconscious biases, and fostering a culture that values diversity. The future of HR will see a continued emphasis on building diverse and inclusive workplaces.
  7. Employee Well-being and Mental Health Support
    The future of HR includes a heightened focus on employee well-being, encompassing mental health support and stress management. HR professionals are recognizing the importance of holistic wellness programs to enhance employee satisfaction and productivity.
  8. Agile HR Practices
    Traditional HR processes are giving way to more agile and responsive approaches. Agile HR enables organizations to adapt quickly to changing circumstances, iterate on HR processes, and stay ahead in a dynamic business environment.


    The future of Human Resources is marked by a strategic shift towards data-driven decision-making, employee-centric practices, and embracing technology for efficiency. As organizations evolve, HR professionals will play a pivotal role in shaping workplace cultures that foster innovation, inclusivity, and continuous growth. The journey ahead for HR is not just about managing resources but empowering and enabling the workforce for success in the digital age.

Volunteering Opportunities in 2024

Join Logisolve as we volunteer at the Flourish Food Market every first Wednesday of each month throughout 2024. We’re seeking volunteers from our network to support various shifts, available from 11 AM to 1 PM and from 1 PM to 3:30 PM. There’s dedicated workspace on-site, which can be used before or after either shift. This is an excellent opportunity to contribute to the Minneapolis community. If you’d like to learn more or want to sign up for a shift, please reach out to Amanda Zais at Your interest and consideration are greatly appreciated!

We’re thrilled to welcome new additions to our team this February!

  • Angie J – Business Transformation/PM
  • Shoban A – Digital Solutions/FICO
  • Ben A – Business Transformation/PM
  • Deb W – Business Transformation/BA
  • Brian S – Business Transformation/PM 

Available Positions

If you have individuals in your network that may be a fit for any of the positions below, this is a great time to make a referral. Use our referral email address:

Below are our most active Client Opportunities; contact us for more information! There are additional positions posted on our website:

Project Management

  • IT PM/SM – Financial/Insurance industry experience – Hybrid, Minneapolis
  • PM/SM – Jr to Mid Level – Data – Hybrid, Arden Hills

Business Analysis

  • BA – Financial Services – Hybrid, Minneapolis
  • Product Analyst – Managed care/Healthcare – Hybrid, Minneapolis
  • BA/Order Management – JDE V9.2 – Hybrid – Minneapolis


  • Database Developer – Investment – Hybrid, Minneapolis
  • Data Engineer – API, SQL, Azure – Hybrid, Arden Hills
  • Data Analyst – MDM, Snowflake – Hybrid, St. Paul


  • Jr Front End Developer – Hybrid, Minneapolis


  • Compensation Partner – Remote