HR is undergoing an extreme makeover to deliver greater business impact and drive HR and business innovation.Deloitte launched one of the largest – ever studies of talent trends and readiness around the world – Deloitte Human Capital Trends 2015: Leading in the New World of Work. The #1 issue companies now face is employee engagement, retention, and culture, and HR’s readiness to address these issues. Over the last few years the job market has changed in the way that employees and job-seekers have unprecedented access to information about the job market. People want meaningful work with opportunities to grow and develop. They expect a flexible work environment. Many companies have not yet adjusted to this new work ethic. As labor market conditions continue to improve at rated uncharacteristic of the past decade, most people are likely to jump between companies. 74 percent of HR and business leaders characterized their work environment as either “complex” or highly complex”. Simplifing the workplace – not be confused with simplicity – requires a sophisticated evaluation. Simplification of HR processes, design thinking are those times one of the most important and underutilized tools in an organization. The time has come when executives have to consider reinventing HR. Culture and engagement are crucial in this new approach. People need to find their working environment.