Finding the right human resource information system (HRIS) for your company can be a long and difficult search. Every organization has different needs and requirements for its HRIS. Before taking the first step, businesses should consider a few key elements when looking for the right HRIS system.
Category: HR Technology
It’s hard to talk HR at all today without talking HR Technology. From your ATS to your HRIS we’ve got all of your tech acronyms covered in this category.
While many industries are playing catchup when it comes to implementing technologies like artificial intelligence (AI), one industry, in particular, has shown the value such technology offers. That industry is healthcare. Take note, as much of what AI has done for that industry translates very well into the needs of the HR professional.
The way we work today is a lot different from the way people worked just a decade ago. Freelancing is now a full-time job for many; 9-to-5 weekdays are being replaced by round-the-clock availability of independent consultants; and alternative work arrangements are becoming common throughout firms from global multinational corporations (MNCs) to local, bootstrapped start-ups.
We’ve found that there are three common misconceptions people face when onboarding an artificial intelligence (AI) -powered tool. I’ve detailed those misconceptions below—along with how we help customers overcome them.
How do you decide if you should outsource your benefits administration? If you do decide to go that direction, how do you get started?
Deciding when it’s time to abandon in-house processes in favor of outsourced assistance can be very challenging, especially when it comes to HR benefits administration.
In part one of this article, we explored how integrating extended reality (XR) training, which includes virtual reality (VR), mixed reality, and augmented reality technology, into training processes can be a great way for companies to recruit and retain workers of all ages and backgrounds. Here, we will look at three more industries that can […]
Companies have a training problem. Adequate, impactful training is vital for a successful business, but the workforce is changing, and companies are having a difficult time adapting their training programs.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is here, and it’s here to stay. In fact, President Donald Trump recently signed an Executive Order that encouraged federal agencies to invest in research and development in AI, an area in which businesses have been leading the way.
As executives across industries assess how to remain competitive in their markets, ensuring their people are healthy and their organizations are productive and performing are paramount to ongoing success. The landscape for CHROs, total rewards executives, and benefits leaders continues to evolve, and knowing their employees requires an increased focus on data to inform their […]