As part of an organizational chart, HR looks like a formidable function- the immense task of linking people with processes and protocol is not an easy one. But in reality, HR systems sometimes work in independent silos, detached from core business and employee needs. This causes a lot of needless delays in paperwork, payroll processing etc.
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.”