Technological innovations have pushed HR to a critical turning point. Employees increasingly complete payroll and benefits tasks using a self-service portal, and online recruiting tools have automated significant parts of the job posting and application process.
Productivity, productivity, productivity — we hear so much about its importance and how employee productivity can improve every aspect of a company’s culture, performance and, eventually, its bottom line.
The next time you walk around the office, count how many employees have sticky notes with login details stuck to their monitors. These colorful reminders signal outdated employee enterprise software and a need for more human-centric workflows.
Experts say employee experience is the next competitive frontier. In fact, a company’s ability to meet the digital needs and expectations of employees will directly impact how well they can attract and retain talent.
The past fifteen years have brought significant changes to the workplace. Smartphone use, an increasing number off-site employees and a plummeting unemployment rate are just a few of the dramatic changes today’s most HR professionals didn’t worry about a decade ago.
It’s natural that every employer wants their employees to feel connected to their team, to management, and to the company. A strong connection is at the heart of employee engagement, and engaged employees are crucial to the success of businesses.