As we approach the new financial year for many organisations, performance changing HR technologies are and will continue to make a positive impact on overall business performance.
HR data analytics is rapidly winning payroll its voice in the boardroom. The business intelligence drawn from the data is proving invaluable in retrospective reviewing and short and mid-term planning.
And, with people firmly back on the agenda, this combination of business intelligence, data legislation, workplace culture and HR technology, it is reported that employees are becoming more engaged, motivated, willing and able to work well. The results for business performance are great.
A summary of some of these positive changes including flexible working, multigenerational workforces and GDPR can be viewed in in this interview with Compare the Cloud at Cloud Expo recently.
View the interview here.
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