When we hear the term “future of work” it can seem like a far-off concept, one that typically conjures images of robots sitting behind a desk, next to a human counterpart. More accurately, the future of work is about real, macro technological, sociological and economic trends that are already changing the way we work today. In this blog, we’ll explore three research-based trends, how these trends impact HR, and the technology capabilities they will need to incorporate into their digital HR practices.
Gartner recently surveyed 800+ HR leaders across 35+ countries and all major industries to assess their priorities and expected challenges in 2019. No surprise, but improving operational excellence was the second highest business priority, trailing only behind growing the business. Improving and automating manual, document-driven HR processes seems like an easy place to create efficiencies, improve accuracy and enhance the employee experience. But prioritizing which processes have the biggest (and quickest) impact on your organization can be difficult.
When you also consider the delicate balancing act HR needs to manage between providing high-touch support and automation, the decision on where to start gets even more cloudy. Don’t worry, we’re here to help. In this blog we’ll explore 4 easy places to start when automating HR processes.
“Digital transformation” is one of those buzz phrases that’s thrown around a lot these days. Often it’s backed by solid action and investment, and at other times, it can seem like an easy way out for an otherwise non-remarkable strategy presentation.
Last week, Theresa May’s Brexit plan was defeated, leaving United Kingdom employers (along with the rest of the world) with a number of questions. One primary concern: maintaining compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) if the UK leaves the European Union before a deal is in place. While a lot remains unclear, here are three things to be aware of when preparing employee data for a no-deal Brexit.
Setting up an HR shared service center (HRSSC) has many benefits. For one, it can help an organization be more efficient by centralizing and streamlining certain tasks. HRSSCs also play a big role in transforming the employee experience. With the right technology, this operating model allows HR to provide employees with the ease and immediacy they’ve come to expect in today’s service world.
After several months of project implementation your new HR Service Delivery platform is finally live! The HR team and all employees are excited to use this new tool. Initial documents are signed and uploaded, requests are sent, and new knowledge base articles are published and read. The implementation phase is over, thank you everyone, it was a pleasure to work with you. Now let’s celebrate and enjoy the success of our new tool! Hmm, not so fast.
We’re halfway through the first “real” work week of the new year and as you think through your plans for 2019, it helps to look at the big picture. There are a lot of HR trends that experts predict will shape the year ahead, but we’re taking a more narrow approach. Here are four predictions we have for this year and how they will affect HR Services in particular.