How tech can enable better employee engagement
The aim of companies investing in newer technologies is to help build a better informed, knowledgeable, and innovative workforce.
Improving human resources technology is one of the most critical aspects of HR leaders today to enable talent attraction, improve employees’ experience, and help effectively scale operations.
As hybrid work is set to remain the main model for many companies, there is the need to develop platforms that keep internal data secure, enable analytics and employee support.
To navigate the hybrid and digital office, companies today are looking to streamline operations and processes so as to become efficient and agile. The future of HR technology indicates the setting up of self-directed groups, internal gig opportunities, flexibility, driven through technologies like AI and ML, to determine employee performance.
In 2023, organisations are expected to remodel their technical infrastructure by incorporating artificial intelligence and machine learning into their business fabric. From employee experience to customer delight, workplaces will see a series of transformations to make organisations more adaptive, engaged, and productive.
This will impact the overall-life cycle of employees from onboarding to their time in the organisation, better ways to connect with colleagues, personalised experiences with reskilling, learning and also signing up for newer tasks or gigs within the organisation.
The aim of companies investing in newer technologies is to help build a better informed, knowledgeable, and innovative workforce which will have higher operational efficiency and a data and technology-driven approach for business outcomes.
Google Cloud in partnership with YourStory is bringing together a panel of experts, HR and industry heads, technologists for a roundtable to discuss how digitisation and technology will enable the overall-life cycle of employees and also offer better business outcomes.
The aim of this discussion is to help companies to understand how investing in newer technologies will help build a better informed, knowledgeable, and innovative workforce and a data and technology-driven approach that will enable higher operational efficiency for businesses.
Speakers at the roundtable will feature Sumedha Chakraborty, Country Head, India and SAARC Business, Google Workspace, Google Cloud; Meenakshi Virani, Executive Vice President Human Resources, Zee Entertainment; Praveen Chanda, Head, Human Resources, India and APAC, Global Data; Veera Reddy, Global HR Head, Cigniti; and Alok Shukla, Vice President, Human Resources, Cashify.
To all stakeholders, founders, experts, this is your chance to be part of the discussion with your questions and insights to understand how businesses can work towards future solutions that will help organisations to navigate the hybrid and digital offices, streamline operations and processes and become efficient and agile.