In the quest to streamline, analyze, and automate employee support processes, HR professionals have a multitude of technology platforms and tools to choose from. But how can they determine which investments are worth the expense?
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Human Resources (HR) requires a lot of human input. Therefore, it’s not surprising that HR has embraced robotic process automation (RPA) tools, which are designed to save businesses and employees time by automating repetitive clerical tasks using software robots.
Engagement plays a key role in managing and retaining employees of all ages. As our new research indicates, real-time feedback, socially engaging experiences, and mobile access play a key role in influencing engagement with Millennial, Gen Z, and Baby Boomer members of the workforce. And all of this can be managed more effectively with the […]
From recruiting your organization’s next superstar to ensuring all employee payrolls are accurate, the Human Resources (HR) department adds unparalleled value—but these pros are often bombarded with high-touch, time-consuming, and manual processes. While replacing every broken process within HR overnight isn’t an option, implementing new technology helps the department quickly improve important areas before a […]
Adoption of human resource management technologies has skyrocketed over the past few years and shows no signs of slowing down. The Human Resources Management (HRM) tech market is expected to hit $30 billion over the next 5 years, growing at an over 10% compound annual growth rate, as demand for automation and tools to help […]
The goal of HR technology is to make HR tasks easier for the employer. But what about the employee? Just because software can make things easier for an HR manager doesn’t mean it’s actually going to benefit your workers—and that could be a real problem.
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.
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.