Tag Archives: HR Technology

Tech for Today and Tomorrow

Recruitment and onboarding technologies are making headway in the post-COVID business world.

By Simon Kent

As time passes, it is becoming increasingly apparent which areas of HR will remain transformed by the technology that was introduced to cope with the challenges of the global pandemic. Whilst HR as a whole has been impacted by the experience, the front end of candidate recruitment and management is a prime area where new practices could stick.

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By the Numbers

Effective data collection, storage, and analysis is critical to future business success.

By Simon Kent

As the pandemic took hold of workplaces across EMEA, organisations found it necessary to shift every aspect of their business online. HR was among the departments where data had to be digitised, ensuring people information was accessible to all who needed it. The move to digital has emphasised two connected learning points for businesses:

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Safety in Numbers

Providing essential workers with reliable tools and personalized guidance around COVID-19 ensures safety while deepening employee engagement.

By Katy Bruya

Washington Trust Bank (WTB) is known for its commitment to employees and clients in the Northwestern U.S. When COVID-19 first registered in Washington State, it was clear that the HR team had to act quickly to figure out the scope of the issue, what impact it could have on the community, and what they needed to do.

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Game On

Game-based assessments add interaction and engagement to virtual hiring practices.

By Larry Nash

All facets of business have been disrupted in the past year, including the way organizations source, attract, assess, and hire future-focused talent. Companies pivoted to a virtual work environment, forcing recruiters to quickly shift hiring strategies to continue fostering connections with and securing top candidates. Now, as organizations continue to operate amid uncertainty and look to return to in-person interactions in the future, talent acquisition teams can modernize the hiring process by incorporating innovative technologies and tools like game-based assessments.

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HR New Technology Report – Fourth Quarter 2020

Despite lasting effects on the global economy at the conclusion of last year, HR new technology announcements and investments continued to be made in rapid succession.

An impressive 127 announcements were made in Q4 of 2020 alone – with learning and upskilling products at the forefront of HR technology this quarter.

Technology announcements that addressed mobility or working in a virtual environment were also frequent, and closely related to that were the many citations revealing solutions for increased employee engagement.

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Flash Report: HR Recruiting Technology, Greater Efficiencies Through Consolidation

Organizations have turned to HR technology for further efficiency and productivity gains, despite lasting impacts from the pandemic.

In spite of the plethora of new products offered, integrations of multiple platforms are a continuing challenge and efficient use of the systems is far from optimized.

To test efficiency, HRO Today examined the shelf life of “silver medalists” of the talent pool in this new flash report.

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HRO Today Educational Podcast Series – Episode 37: QuantumWork

A recent study by Paychex found 62% of HR departments using a variety of different recruitment technology systems with little to no integration amongst them.

Technology platforms, specifically for talent acquisition purposes, have been developed in rapid success in recent years, but integrating information between databases still remains a challenge.

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2021 Baker’s Dozen Customer Satisfaction Ratings: Talent Management Technology

View the top-rated talent management technology providers in the industry.

By The Editors

HRO Today’s Baker’s Dozen Customer Satisfaction Ratings are based solely on feedback from buyers of the rated services; the ratings are not based on the opinion of the HRO Today staff. We collect feedback annually through an online survey, which we distribute both directly to buyers through our own mailing lists and indirectly by sending service providers the link to send to their clients.

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Recognition Roundtable

Four CEOs share their vision for the future of employee rewards and recognition.

By Elliot Clark

As I wrote this feature article on the rewards and recognition portion of the HR services and technology industry, I was reminded of a college seminar I took on geology and ecology. I remember the professor talking about change and comparing the terraforming effects of glaciers that move, well, glacially, to volcanos that make change happen violently. The COVID-19 pandemic is the metaphorical volcano in the world of HR policy. I wonder what the outcome would have been if organizations had gradually adopted a more flexible approach to remote working instead of the violent upheaval caused by COVID-19 that continues to the start of this new year.

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