At the recently hosted People Matters & PeopleStrong Roundtable Discussion on the topic The New Code of Talent Management, HR leaders brainstormed together on how the HR function can revamp key elements of talent management for the future of work.
As the equation of talent management undergoes a major transformation, HR leaders are looking towards more than just technology to solve their challenges.
The benefits of switching to HRMS (Human resource management system) are endless. However, there are challenges in implementation that cannot be ignored. Here’s how to cope.
According to Brian Sommers, a leading HR technology analyst, one of the first steps while embarking on a digital transformation journey is to have clarity.
Change is the only constant. And it is technology that is at the forefront of driving change at the modern day workplace.
Although machine learning seems like a recent buzzword in technology, did you know it was first coined in 1959 at IBM? At that time, machine learning was defined as a way to give “computers the ability to learn without being explicitly programmed.”
The word “Digital” is used so often and encompasses such a vast array of things that it could define anything from a simple wristwatch mechanism to an entire stratosphere of cloud solutions. The adage of “the only thing that’s constant is change’ has never held more true; technology has been and continues to be the harbinger of economic and financial evolution of mankind, and the future looks even more dramatic.
By : Team PeopleStrong
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Continuing from where we left off in Article – The Next Frontiers in Recruitment Technology, there are a myriad forces that are shaping acquisition technology around the globe today. Every facet of the talent landscape is being impacted by technology tools- from talent acquisition to talent management. More now than ever because, if you look at the numbers, more than 20 percent of all workers change jobs every year, so looking for talent is almost a perennial activity for most organizations.