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.
Modern SaaS HR solutions are improving at a neck breaking pace, no longer just restricted to transactional functions like a basic payroll system. If you are an HR leader, you know or will soon learn that you need tools to coordinate HR processes with enhanced levels of flexibility, usability, and ease.
In the world of HR SaaS solutions, what was relevant yesterday could quite possibly be old news at the end of the week. There is so much innovation and evolution in this space that’s it is very important to keep yourself constantly updated with the latest trends. Simplifying the UI to give better employee experience, streamlining the technical schematics or making cosmetic rearrangements are just some of the ways HR technology solutions providing firms are making improvements in the ‘look and feel’ of their products and services.
When you have thousands of employees geographically spread across hundreds of kilometers in the country, a single consolidated view of all employee data can seem utopian. Unless organizations are willing to be left behind, they will have make a decision to find the best HR solution that makes the most sense, for its business evolution as well as its people.
Once your organization has conducted an in-depth due diligence for identifying the perfect payroll solution to move to, the real work will actually begin now. Either prepare to be inundated with heaps of technical issues that almost always present themselves during software implementation, or stay ahead of challenges by using the following pointers before you even begin software implementation.
Recent surge in different areas of Artificial Intelligence like Natural Language Processing and Sentiment Analysis have made popular the use of chatbots in softwares, websites and apps. Chatbots have become the most favoured user interface. While initially popularised only as Personal Assistants, chatbots are now disrupting many industries and revolutionising the way they function.
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.
By : Dakshdeep Singh
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A budding designer is always taught to keep things clean and simple. That’s a good advice. Later, when user experience comes into the picture, the first thing that takes a hit, is simplicity and cleanliness. This is exactly the moment when an organization can easily mess up their design and compromise the look, feel, and functionalities.
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.