Every function of the human resources department has been impacted by digital advancements, from recruitment and hiring to employee performance monitoring, training and development – and everything in between. According to Deloitte, 56 percent of surveyed companies are redesigning their human resources programs in order to leverage digital and mobile tools, while 33 percent are using some form of artificial intelligence in their strategies. It’s a dynamic new landscape that offers important benefits like more time, efficiency, adaptability and access to data. The hardest part may be deciding which of the new technologies is best for your business.
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In 18 months during the pandemic, Accenture hired 200 thousand new employees and fielded 4.6 million resumes. In this video, Julie Sweet, CEO, explains how they did it.
There are three main types of HR software that you should be familiar with before choosing which is best for your business. Their names are similar with similar acronyms which can make distinguishing among them rather confusing. Here we explain each.
DevOps platform GitLab has proven that companies can be fully remote and successful. The company went remote in 2011 and now has 1800 team members spread across the world and 100,000 customers. The company offers this comprehensive Remote Playbook, which serves as a best practice guide for sustaining and scaling a remote workforce.
For HR teams, data provides a big opportunity. By understanding broader business requirements and asking the right questions, HR teams can start to collect data that can show the impact of people policies and investment on the business.
Because the work humans do and the capabilities that technologies provide are so closely related, they share a trajectory—each shaping the other and propelling each other into the future. In this report, Deloitte offers their perspective on how technology is enabling the shift from traditional talent models to workforce ecosystems.
A quarter of UK employees feel their mental health has suffered during lockdown and yet only 3% admitted to asking for help from their employer (BioBeats 20) In this article digital health provider BioBeats shares insights into new solutions that are transforming the workplace wellbeing market.
In a survey conducted by the US Society for Human Resources Management, 25% of companies use some form of automation or AI to support HR functions. Here, they share the results of the survey. Some say this number will grow as companies continue to adopt emerging technologies and the HR industry receives increased backing to develop more innovative solutions.