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5 Roles That Will Power 21st Century Human Resources Departments

A 21st century company has to be employee-centric in order to stay relevant and push the boundaries of industry. After all, it’s great people that make a great company.

Topics: HR Software Human Resources

How The Internet Of Things Will Impact HR

Who would have thought that an Internet of things would be so important for the human resources department? And yet here we are. 10 billion devices give us 24/7 access to anybody and anything. Changing the way we live and work while being only in first gear. Analysts expect between 50 and 200 billion connected devices in 2020.

Topics: HR Software Human Resources

Build a Great Company Culture with Help from Technology

Culture, and how to build and sustain one, is one of the toughest challenges for managers, especially in today’s fast-paced, highly competitive organizations. Every organization wants to create a culture that works from a set of core values, where everybody is on the same page about what’s important, where the company is going, and how it’s going to get there. But what happens when the external competitive environment — and the direction of the company — changes? And what happens as advances in technology constantly change how customers and employees expect to interact with your company? How do you manage the evolution of your company’s culture, and hold on to what makes you great, even as you change and grow?

Topics: HR Software Gig Economy Human Resources

Why People Management is Replacing Talent Management

The Epic Shift: Away from “Talent” and now focus on “People.” Talent scarcity is still a problem, but engagement, empowerment, and environment are now the real issues companies face.

Topics: HR Software Human Resources

The employee-centric evolution of HR software

You may have heard the term “consumerization of IT” to describe how enterprise software decisions are moving beyond the purview of the chief information officer to the division leader and/or end user. I believe that we are now seeing a similar trend in human resources software. Forward-thinking employers are giving employees the tools to influence and take responsibility for a variety of HR functions, while entrepreneurs are leveraging the cloud to build great products to accelerate this shift.

Topics: HR Software Human Resources