HR Trends in 2016

HR Trends in 2016

HR has been an emerging force in the workplace within recent memory. asics whizzer Gone are the days of a purely customer-centric approach; now more than ever, companies are realizing the value of nurturing and investing in its employees towards company success. fjallraven rucksack To quote Karen May, Google’s Vice President of People Development: “Imagine a world where most organizations were the best place to work. Imagine what we could be getting done on the planet if it were true.” Now in 2016, the importance of HR is more pronounced than ever. nike air max 1 Different approaches and technologies are poised to change the way employees work, interact, and grow with the company and with their career path as well. Here are the top 3 HR trends in 2016 that we should be ready for. ugg soldes 2017 Emphasis on data and analysis tools for employment Companies are now streamlining the way they process data. Nike Pour Homme Take for instance the application and recruitment stage. In the past, the only way for applicants to submit resumes were through hard copies, a nightmare for filing cabinets and a huge source of paper waste. Adidas Superstar nike air max 2017 soldes Now, companies are shifting towards paperless applications through the numerous platforms available online such as LinkedIn and Monster. Fjallraven Kanken España Aside from the obvious benefits of ease and convenience, this digital shift will help towards easy search and archiving purposes in the future. timberland pas cher Not only that, the data would also be collected and sorted data in a meaningful way so that the company can determine trends and refine their approach accordingly. As Forbes puts it, companies now have a competitive edge and can adapt in order to “meet employees’ evolving goals and interests.” New approaches towards feedback, engagement, and company culture In the early 90s or so, HR used to be relevant only for the serious, legalese stuff such as overtime salary complaints or for work harassment concerns. But thanks to the development of HR practices, companies are now taking a more proactive approach rather than a mere reactionary one. Fjallraven Kanken No2 Flexitime, onboarding of new applicants, education and training seminars, are just among the few innovations that are emerging as part of the standard Human Resources program. Fjallraven Kanken Big This bodes well for empowering and strengthening the employee, as companies are taking a more proactive approach rather than a mere reactionary one. nike cortez Mobile technologies will be more utilized as an HR platform Given the ubiquity of smartphones and tablets, companies would be utilizing mobile applications to better empower their employees, according to the Wall Street Journal. Mochilas Kanken Mini adidas yeezy At first it would start with simple functionalities such as time sheets or expense reports, but it could move on to more complex uses such as employee training and tracking. nike air huarache Salarium is actually ahead of the curve in the Philippines as one of the pioneers of mobile payroll management for companies.

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