Paper HR forms are certainly not convenient or efficient—anyone can agree to that. But did you ever consider them an impediment to employee safety? This was the case for Michelle Morris, Director, HR Payroll and Administration at Total American Services, when a pivotal event led her to proclaim, “That’s enough of paper forms.”
In 2015, the HR department at Avis Budget group embarked on a major transformation journey. Among globalizing their operations and implementing a core HR system, they set up shared service centers. The goal was to free up their HR resources in the field so they could spend less time on administrative work and more time on strategic initiatives and employee engagement. This kind of shift is the cornerstone of transformational HR. In this video, hear from Sherry Knaszak, VP of HR Transformation and HRIS, Avis Budget Group, on why she chose PeopleDoc’s technology to get the shared service centers functional.
If there’s anyone who understands the ins and outs of HR transformation, it’s Jean-Michel Estrade, SVP of HR Global Digitization and Services at Atos. He’s leading his organization’s eTransformation initiative, which seeks to streamline data management, administration and processes for employees, managers and operational HR. One challenge he encountered was a disconnect between the data in their core HR system and the employee document management function. In this HR transformation case study, Jean-Michel explains why he chose PeopleDoc to address this issue and enable all stakeholders to take an active role in end-to-end HR Service Delivery.
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.
“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.
This is the last of my 8-post series about preparing your organization for the future of work. In each post, we looked at a data-based trend that is or will be disruptive to work as we know it. In the last post, we explored the impact of the rise of artificial intelligence (AI). Today, we’re going to dig into the increasing diversity of our workforce.
This is the seventh post of my series about preparing your organization for the future of work. In each post, we look at a data-based trend that is or will be disruptive to work as we know it. In the last post, we explored the impact of longer life expectancies on the workforce. Today, we’ll look at the impact of the rise of artificial intelligence (AI).