Organizations are still trying to embrace the realities of the modern workforce — one where employees may be remote, hybrid, traditional in-person, or any combination. Adapting to this new reality means that learning strategies must, once again, be reexamined. Using technology to reach these learners potentially opens an ocean of questions about what tools and features are necessary.
People analytics can improve recruiting by giving you clues about what's working and what isn't, so you can get to the bottom of any challenges more quickly and spend your time and resources in the right places. Here's a look at the problems to watch for and the metrics to keep an eye on.
Ask about these four levels of support when considering a cross-border HCM solution.
Consider how technology can improve transparency and add visibility to workforce data to identify gaps in diversity, equity and inclusion — which is becoming one of the main focus areas in the future of work.
Employers that operate on the leading edge of recruitment trends will have an edge in attracting top talent and strengthening their brand. Technology tools, workplace culture, and diversity initiatives can all help organizations successfully compete for top talent.
HCM technology continues to evolve in response to changing demands in the workplace. Here's a look at three trends shaping the future of HCM technology.