Within 20 years technology could automate as many as two thirds of middle-ranking job, meaning employers will find it difficult to find the people with the high-level skills they need. This changing demographic has led to a spurt of technological innovation in Human Resources as companies gear up for the recruitment wars that lie ahead.
HR and IT departments have begun to work closely together over the last few years. While HR historically has often received limited attention, companies now understand the key role the department plays in the business. Consequently, companies are heavily investing in HR technology, particularly by moving their HR systems to the cloud.
This brief case study details how restaurant chain Texas Roadhouse created and preserved a consistent organizational culture – even across multiple locations – and explores the value of the right people-centric recruiting tools.
This info sheet highlights an HR service provider that offers a full range of consulting, payroll, and business process optimization (BPO) services to help your business get the most out of a cloud-based HR system.
Today's workplace is unlike that in any other period of history in that it's not unusual to see up to four generations working together. Learn how your organization can bridge that age gap.
Experts agree that traditional, once-a-year employee reviews are holding back business performance. This resource counts down six simple steps that will help you perfect employee performance management at your organization.
Human capital management (HCM) has experienced several incarnations. The newest versions include AI, analytics, and mobile capabilities. Download this expert guide to explore how HR processes have changed with the addition of emerging technologies, and how they can help improve the employee experience.