An HR Tech evangelist and an experienced solution architect, Daksh leads Customer Success efforts at PeopleStrong – Asia’s most popular HR Tech brand for their International Market. In a career spanning over 10 years, he is a Certified Professional in PeopleStrong Alt, SuccessFactors and Kenexa 2X Brassring and have worked on HR technology, process, and transformation projects with over 80+ customers of various sizes in India & South East Asia in different industries including Public Sector, Defense, Manufacturing, Oil & Gas, Pharmaceuticals, Multimedia, Telecommunications, Publishing, FMCG, and Retail. Prior to PeopleStrong he has also worked with companies like HCL Technologies managing their process and technology vertical looking into global processes for performance management, recruitment and onboarding. He has been also named in the prestigious HR 100 under 40 list and continues to enjoy conversations in the space of future of work.
Data is the foundation of success, from fueling scientific research to delivering a personalized shopping experience. Today’s organizations are utilizing machine-learning and artificial intelligence to harness the full power of their data. Big Data is key to extracting real-time insights, and enabling organizations to achieve new levels of performance. A term typically used alongside AI is machine learning, which is a field of computer science that grants computers the ability to learn without being programmed.
Companies lose an average of 5% of revenue annually due to payroll process inefficiencies, errors and fraud. Out of this 5%, 99% of the errors are due to poor employee workforce administration. Despite being an important aspect of a company’s payroll, workforce administration does not get the kind of attention it should.
As organizations grapple with an increasing number of routine, administrative tasks that can drain employees’ time, AI is already demonstrating how rapidly it can transform work. There is cautious worry about the effect that AI will have, especially when it comes to the workplace and the perceived threat to high-transactions oriented jobs.
On the back of a rich cultural heritage, travel industry in India is gaining explosive momentum. Even with modest projections, travel is poised to become a $48 billion industry by 2020, while air travel shows a significant growth of 15% and hotel businesses at 13%. As the industry grows fast, the demand for a better end-user experience is increasing at a rapid pace.
“It’s in our Roadmap” – This phrase is quiet popular in the life of a product manager, especially when designing any HR SaaS solutions as the product keeps on evolving from time to time. There are always some incorrect connotations about what a road map is and what it should be used for.
Introduction Recruitment has been one of the key focus areas for any organization since decades. Let us understand how recruiting era has changes over this period. If we talk about 1970’s, recruiting as a process was more Employer centric which involved a lot of individualized touch, phone and networks, high agency reliance and a lot of cost.
No matter how your month went, how much pressure or team targets were swamped on your face, getting the salary in your account on the last day always puts a smile on your face. After all money is the major motivating factor to work. But if your payroll management systems still rely on paper work, manual interventions.
As a part of the recruiting regiment, most organizations understand the need to create job descriptions, publishing them on various job boards and social media platforms with the intent to get large and relevant talent pool. However, all the effort to grab the attention of top talent can easily go in vain if the organizations are not equipped to handle incoming applicant interest with an automated Recruitment Software.
In a world where almost 90% of a person’s waking hours are spent digitally, it is only expected that workplaces of today are gearing up to ride the digital wave. When you are running a workforce of digital natives and early adopters, technology’s role in managing experience is very crucial.
Sometime or the other in the recent past, we’ve all overheard conversations or caught snippets of discussions about the great ‘UX (User Experience)’, or the poor ‘UI (User Interface)’ of a product. With an ever expanding and ever evolving digital environment, we come across such terminologies almost every day and often end up confusing one with the other.