I like to be inspired by superheroes in the HR field. Not only because I think HR should behave more like a superhero within the organisation, but also because they can truly inspire us. When I look at Employer Branding, I see a strong balance between the increasingly dominant technology and the need for real contact in the recruitment process. High tech versus high touch.
In the workplace, the voice of the individual continues to gain strength—perhaps because of our increasingly intertwined work and personal lives, and the climate we operate in today.
Human resources affects all employees in an organisation, and has a crucial role to play so it’s essential that HR teams are equipped with the right technology capabilities. A major decision for HR professionals is whether they leverage multiple HR platforms for different parts of the employee lifecycle or one human capital management solution. Here are some of the major benefits your business can experience when it consolidates to a single HR platform.
In today’s world, HR must reinvent their skills to keep pace with changing business trends and labour-saving technologies. HR is
encouraged to focus on work that impacts engagement, culture and talent. It’s vital to switch to digital employee files. However, it is not just simply scanning paper documents. How HR works with files once they’re digital is what determines whether going paperless translates to productivity gains.
Having the right processes and systems in place is critical for creating efficiency and productivity. It’s all about how to work smarter, not harder.