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Leveraging Technology For HR

To say that the future of HR tech is mobile is an understatement. Making HR tech mobile first is a hurdle we must traverse. The next generation of HR tech must provide a consumer grade user experience to achieve high adoption and engagement rates.

In a space where connecting the dots and timing is everything, machine learning and artificial intelligence will give super powers to recruiters with the real time tools to know who the right person is, at the right time, and how to reach them.

Artificial intelligence brings a revolution for office workers – removing them from the drudgery of task based work. People will be free to harness their creativity and intuition supported by AI.

As digital workers or bots increasingly infiltrate the workforce, the future of HR tech is all about managing and optimizing the interactions between human employees and bots.

The best HR tech moves beyond automation – create a measurable continuum of experiences by on-boarding through every transition and activate talent into a competitive advantage for better business outcomes.

For recruitment, the tech is currently focused on chatbots/parsers/ATS to empower recruiters. It will soon be optimised to independently fully automate whole sections early in the hiring process.

Given historically low unemployment rates and people’s desire for flexibility and control, HR departments might turn to the gig economy as a technology solution to augment today’s mobile workforce.

HR Tech is being shaped by elevated talent competition, intensified local regulations, power of data/mobile/AI (Artificial Intelligence), gig economy and the focus on employee recruitment, engagement, development, recognition and awards.

Innovative HR and benefit consultants are seeking solutions to mitigate employee’s financial stress. Tech-powered financial wellness products are starting to help employees gain control over unexpected medical bills and meet retirement goals.

We believe that artificial intelligence will play an increasingly significant role in HR functions, automating people management so that talent teams can focus on people development.

HR Tech enables recruiters to significantly reduce candidate sourcing time and costs. Before a candidate is interviewed, tech platforms administer skill tests and personality profiles to ensure the candidate is a fit with job requirements and company culture.

The talent acquisition industry is moving toward a higher-quality candidate experience. By using technology to automate mundane processes, HR managers can spend more time with the right candidates.

HR has a generally dusty reputation with software to match. New HR tech will promote better hiring practices through increased employee engagement and improved data tracking systems.

HR technology created a shift to ongoing feedback-based performance conversations, which allow for effective and agile sharing of goals, feedback and development plans in real-time.

AI-based optimization is creating work schedules that meet patient and physician needs. Physicians demand flexible, individualized schedules. Technology can counteract physician shortages by finding these available but irregular resources.