Are your employees devoting too many or too less hours at a job location?
Or, are they completing too less tasks in a day and spending a lot of time on the travel?
Is it becoming immensely difficult to manage these concerns through traditional HR practices?
And most importantly, is it disturbing your organization’s overall bottom line?
Automation is the new norm across sectors and will affect the bottom of pyramid so much so that four out of every 10 jobs globally would be lost due to this by 2021, experts say.
Automation is the new normal in sectors like engineering, manufacturing, automobiles, IT and banking. As automation adoption increases, all high transaction and labour intensive jobs will take a hit.
From hiring, talent retention to managing teams and reducing stress levels of employees – organisations today are using predictive analytics to deal with all these issues. It can be a powerful tool which can help organisations take informed data-driven decisions instead of banking on cut-and-dried resumes and hiring someone purely on ‘gut feel.’
The technology being used is a chatbot, a computer program designed to simulate conversation with human users, especially over the internet.
HR companies casually refer to this as a friend who chats with you and helps you with tasks such as booking a flight ticket, reminding you to punch in for your attendance, sending a note to your newly-joined team member or even training you for the next job interview.
The pay gap between male and female employees across sectors is usually the focal point of any discussion on gender equality.
However, though there’s still a long way to go for women across sectors to break the glass ceiling and get equal pay, technology and digital tools can certainly come up with a quick-fix cure, say experts.
Whether a large corporation or a small business, the human resource (HR) department plays a crucial role for any firm as they cannot run without its workforce. While India is full of HR services firms, two friends from the HR industry, Pankaj Bansal and Shelly Singh, felt that none of the HR solution and services companies could ensure a simple HR cycle and personalised employee experience.
While selling solutions to companies very often during the sales process you should do a demo and to be honest most of the times these demos are deadly dull. They are not very helpful to you as a seller who is trying to promote the product and frankly not very helpful to the customer who is trying to evaluate the product.