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3 research-based trends to inform your digital HR practices

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.

4 predictions for HR Services in 2019

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.

Designing experiences for today and the future of work

This is the second post in a two-part series about PeopleDoc’s approach to designing for HR and employees. Read the first post here.   I recently sat down with two of PeopleDoc’s Product Owners, Anaël Ichane and Alexandre Fernandez, to learn more about the HR user experience (UX) and the employee experience (EX). In this post, we will explore how PeopleDoc is designing for both today and the Future of Work.

Employee Experience and Engagement in a New Era

Over the past several years, we’ve seen more and more organizations take advantage of alternative work agreements. Today, the “gig economy” is a critical component across industry sectors, and flexible work agreements seem almost as prevalent as traditional full- and part-time employment. In fact, some business models are now designed to rely on a predominantly contingent workforce.