Top 4 HR technology trends in 2018
2017 has already seen improvement by adopting HR technology. With the strong foundation of advanced technology, 2018 is promising some radical deviations to rock the HR landscape. So, let’s have a quick look at HR technology trends.Lovepreet Dhaliwal
HR technology is getting advanced due to specially designed software. It allows organizations to learn, grow, collaborate, and handle recruitment more efficiently. Used in HR management, it streamlines recruiting, record keeping, talent management, performance enhancement, and redesign processes.
2017 has already seen improvement by adopting HR technology. With the strong foundation of advanced technology, 2018 is promising some radical deviations to rock the HR landscape. So, let’s have a quick look at HR technology trends.
Digitization of HR:
HR organizations are learning to become digitized rather than just buying digital products. It is important to improve employee experience by analyzing candidate data before hiring. Various machine learning and artificial intelligence tools such as HR software with resume parsing technique are effectually lowering the cost of recruitment and selecting potential fit for an organization.
With increased transparency and change in work culture, employees are expecting pleasant work experience along with engagement. Many organizations are integrating performance management, culture and engagement to improve employee experience. So, we can expect a better ecosystem to examine employee’s workplace journey in2018 which can drive excellent customer experience for your products or services.
Entry of HR analytics in organizations:
Now, people analytics in HR is transforming to adapt better business decisions and management for an organization. It is moving towards more smart and strategic approach to make right hiring decisions and increase employee performance. Big data or perspective analytics helps organizations to manage their people more effectively and efficiently.
It means in 2018, functions of organization would evolve around people analytics to face challenges of merging multiple data ources, prioritizing plentiful data requests and centralize analytics functions within various business disciplines. It is true that success will need a prolonged period of investment and commitment, but for sure this leap would lead to a new horizon of growth.
All of these HR trends are pointing towards a better workplace for employees and organizations can expect better employee loyalty and higher productivity in return.