Human Resources

Having employees buy into your HR technology
Having employees buy into your HR technology 1000 667 Kanhai Chhugani

It could be a tad difficult but worth the try

Why to waste your energy in getting quality work, when you can get the same quality work without wasting your energy?

Confused?

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Future of HR
The future of HR
The future of HR 433 325 Kanhai Chhugani

How technology is reshaping HRM in 2015

One of the top offshore BPO companies has launched on an ambitious ‘Future of HR’ multi-year research initiative meant to study the impact of tech adoption and application on the mandate, skills, capabilities, roles, and organizational structures within the HR function. The study aims to make a record of the new developments in technology, changing employee expectations, continued market volatility, and more.

Through this initiative, the transnational BPO player tries to explore key business trends that are fundamentally reshaping the HR role. It also provides actionable insights to HR managers, head honchos and business executives and arms them with a suite of new tools to address these trends and help their people and organizations become more productive.

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Use of Cloud and Analytics in HR
Use of Cloud and Analytics in HR 400 198 Kanhai Chhugani

 

The amount of data that HR departments have collected over the years is humongous and if it is not organised well it gets very difficult to retrieve or analyse the same. This is where technology has made a huge difference in the HR world. Cloud and Analytics have gone a long way in analyzing information and helping Human Resource professionals in gaining useful insights that help in making strategic decisions pertaining to their employee base. Cloud-based technology has now allowed HR teams to transition their analytics processes into services. You can access your data from any part of the world, anytime you want.

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Social Ho!
Social Ho! 150 150 Kanhai Chhugani

How social media is transforming the HR function

Chew on these numbers:

  • The number of internet users using social media has expanded from 36% to 59% today.
  • Among job-seekers, about 84% have created their profiles on Facebook. Out of these, 48% have used Facebook to hunt for jobs at least once in the previous year.
  • Social media has definitely changed the way companies recruit people. 80% employers look for job-seekers on social media sites and 95% concentrate on LinkedIn for recruitments.

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