HR Tech Global Report 2019
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HR is evolving. And so is technology. One year ago, in our first HR Tech report, the HR Exchange Network saw much of the focus of HR technology on information and how to disseminate it. In 2018, there’s been a seismic shift to talent: how to find, develop, engage and retain it. Why? There are now .87 US workers for each position, the lowest point in the last 50 years. Plus, the talent cycle is stretching. Today’s millennials have a 50% chance of living to 100+. As a result, the return on our 2018 HR Tech Survey saw numbers point more toward technology that can be used to further the goals of companies’ talent management strategy.
The HR Tech Global Report from the HR Exchange Network is the culmination of this data collection and the analysis of technology trends within the space between 2017 and 2018. In addition to the analysis, we present real-life examples of how technology is being applied within the HR function. In the end, the technology disruption is about finding solutions to every day problems, applying those solutions and learning from them. Technology is the vehicle by which HR continues its evolution.
3 Key takeaways:
- This report details how HR professionals can parse through the noise that is the HR tech disruption to create a viable technology strategy for their respective departments and companies.
- This report looks at how other members of the C-Suite (CFO, CLO, CTO, and CHRO) view HR technology and how to rally leadership to align around HR as a strategy function.
- This report looks why modernizing should be a top priority for all HR departments and how the other companies are changing their strategies to stay ahead of those changing trends and competition.
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