Get in the game! Complete your bracket for the Hottest HR Trend
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UPDATE: The contest has ended! The winning HR trend is ::drumroll:: Digitization! HR teams everywhere are focusing on taking advantage of technology to streamlines processes, increase efficiency and improve the employee experience.
The results from Round 1 of our bracket challenge are in! But first, a little back story. Just like this year's college basketball teams, HR’s hottest trends are going head-to-head for HR’s attention (and budget). We asked you to rank 8 of the hottest HR trends to determine the final four, and they are...
1. Agility and productivity
HR needs to be just as efficient as other departments. That’s why they must take new approaches that streamline processes and reduce time spent on non-strategic tasks.
From paper files to electronic files. From phone calls and office hours to on-demand service. HR will be better by going digital.
3. Employee experience
In the world of Amazon and Uber, employees deserve a consumer-like experience—and HR is going to deliver.
4. HR service delivery
It's standard practice to have an HRIS. Now, HR must complement this technology with tools that help deliver exceptional employee service.
Determine the final two!
Complete your bracket below by ranking the final four trends (listed above) from most important (1) to least important (4). We'll announce the final two going to the championship round on Wednesday, March 14. Then, we'll narrow it down to one winner on Friday, March 16.
Get the latest on the HR Trends Bracket Challenge by following us on Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn. Or, if you happen to be at Ultimate Software's Connections 2018 conference this week, stop by Booth 11 to submit your rankings.
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About Jolene Nicotina
Jolene Nicotina is the Content Marketing Manager for North America at PeopleDoc, Inc. She works on making sure HR professionals have all the latest information they need related to HR service delivery, HR technology, and PeopleDoc, Inc. Prior to PeopleDoc, Jolene worked in marketing communications for the healthcare technology industry.