Predictive analytics has emerged as a useful tool for HR teams, enabling them to be key players in determining the direction of an organisation’s growth. From reducing high turnover to identifying engaged employers and improving performance, leadership and learning, predictive analytics can help translate actionable points that contribute to the organisation’s bottom line.
Here we explore five ways in which it can revolutionise HR.
The advent of digitalisation and scalable automation has already transformed HR for good. The HR function has been undergoing a rather intense level of scrutiny and subsequent change of late, as companies decide how best to leverage emerging technologies to make it more efficient, cost-effective and, critically, more strategic.
In this article we explore how to make the best use of HR’s more creative, instinctive and insightful brain power. Creating this kind of empowered, strategically flexible HR function is as much about cultivating a new HR culture as it is leveraging emerging technologies.
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Our media partner - the HR Exchange Network, saw its 2018 technology survey point towards solutions that can be used to further the goals of companies’ talent management strategies. The resulting report on leading technology strategies shows HR professionals are using more technology than ever before to recruit candidates, and more emphasis is being put on developing talent and teams to meet business goals.
This report is an indispensible guide for HR leaders that want to stay ahead. Download it now.
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The way we work is changing as we enter Industry 4.0. HR teams in particular will have to undergo huge transformations if they are to survive. What then are the key trends and challenges that they face
A quote from J.R.R. Tolkien sums up the journey Human Resources professionals and their companies have taken in an attempt to transition from an analog world to a digital one. To further explain the analogy, the “Road” is technology. It continues to go, taking turns and venturing over hills no one expected. As companies invest in more technology, one of their goals: to stay ahead of competition and beckon them to keep up.
The world is changing. The rise of machines in the day-to-day activities of Human Resource Professionals is becoming the new normal. Simply, technology is disrupting common HR practices across the board. Data analytics, more so than human decision making, is driving recruitment. Potential candidates are chosen based on preconceived sets of data versus a phone call or the manual reading of an application/résumé. As technology continues to flood Human Resource departments around the globe, more processes will be less human-involved and more computer-involved.
Human Resource Professionals must become fluent in data analysis and its intelligent use. Its importance will impact all parts of the Human Resource field. This report offers data driven solutions to deal with the changing human Resource landscape.
- HR Exchange Network conducted a survey with HR and Talent Professionals who have direct influence in their organization’s budget.
- Data for Embrace the Tech Disruption Report was collected between July and August 2017.
- 42% of those surveyed are Directors, VPs or C-Level Executives and 49% of respondent organizations have 1,000+ employees.