Digital Trends That Are Changing The HR Industry

Digital Trends That Are Changing The HR Industry

There’s no doubt about it: HR is going digital. asics gel lyte In the recently held Philippine HR Congress, HR leader, businessman, and bestselling author Roger Collantes talked about how technology has gained traction in the industry in the past few years, and how it has given rise to the need for “digital HR leaders.” This new breed of HR leaders embraces technological trends with skyrocketing levels of agility and adaptability. They want accuracy, but are unwilling to trade it for value-adding efforts and efficiency. They’re excited about everything automated, digital, and disruptive. adidas nmd So what exactly are these things that digital leaders are always thrilled to hear about? Let’s take a look some of the top technology trends that are changing the way HR specialists and leaders work. soldes nike air max pas cher fjallraven kanken rucksack

Cloud computing and apps

Most HR tasks used to involve a lot of paperwork, as well as dozens of activities that eat up too much time and effort. Cloud computing made everything simpler. In many companies, employee files and even applicant data are now stored, managed, and processed through highly accessible web platforms. Rucksäcke von Fjällräven It’s not hard to see why. Cloud-based HR systems offer cost-effectiveness, accessibility, and hassle-free legal compliance as their key benefits. Most of them also have employee self-service features, which take a lot of workload off HR teams’ shoulders. Experts predict that the future of human resource information systems (HRIS) is being built around accessibility. This means that, in the months or years to come, cloud-based HR systems will become more and more available through mobile devices. Fjällräven Kånken Rucksäcke Google’s recruitment tool Hire, for example, lets recruitment teams manage applicants through their smartphones. In the Philippines, cloud-based software solutions like Salarium help you manage your employees’ attendance, payroll, and payout wherever you are in the world. chaussures running nike

People analytics

In today’s digital economy, the world’s most valuable resource is no longer oil. fjallraven kanken It’s data. This is why more and more companies have turned to people analytics apps: tools that enable HR teams to mine and make sense of information about how employees work. These analytics tools help HR leaders see patterns and trends in people’s behavior, particularly those that are related to productivity, engagement, and retention. They’re perfect for making high-impact decisions. Kanken Classic For instance, big software vendors like Oracle, SAP SuccessFactors, and Workday offer analytics tools that predict employee turnover, suggest training opportunities, and identify changes that may result in improved performance. nike internationalist new balance homme

Real-time feedback

Everyone – especially millenial workers – wants to get things done as quickly possible. Among these things are giving and seeing feedback. A lot of companies have ditched annual performance reviews for real-time evaluation, which is more appropriate for the fast-paced 21st-century workplace. The same fondness for quick feedback has found its way to change and engagement-activity assessments. ugg boots bailey bow You can now find out in real time what your employees think or feel about new rules, company events, and their work environment. Emphasis on think and feel. adidas nmd Humanyze, for example, offers an ID badge that tracks a worker’s location and tone of voice to tell you when and where that person experiences the most stress. It helps you know when to make changes on facilities, meeting schedules, and engagement activities. asics gel lyte 5

AI and Virtual/Augmented Reality

Almost everything we used to see only in sci-fi flicks has now come to life. Terms like “bots,” “VR,” and “AR,” have made it to everyday conversations, not just between tech geeks, but also among business owners, training officers, and HR leaders. Virtual Reality (VR), or the computer-generated recreation of reality, is now being harnessed by some companies in their training and onboarding activities. The same goes for Augmented Reality (AR), the technology that enhances (not recreates) everything or parts of what we see with computer-generated elements. If you want to see this breakthrough in action, check out Microsoft’s demo video for its mixed-reality device, the HoloLens. Artificial Intelligence or AI has also proven to be very useful to some HR teams. IBM Watson Talent, for example, answers HR-related questions, guides you in making decisions, and tells you the perfect candidates for your vacant positions. Sounds like fiction? Check out this video and believe. Of course, we’ll have mixed reactions towards these digital trends. adidas zx flux belgique Some of us will like them. timberland pas cher Some will not. But regardless of how we think or feel, technology will keep moving forward. It’s hard to adapt to changes, but it’s a lot harder to feel irrelevant.

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