How can HR tech help users to own their data?

How can HR tech help users to own their data?

In this post, Ian Bailie explores some of the latest thinking around employee experience and advocates that HR aims beyond just service-based experience and efficiency. HR has an opportunity to build a technology ecosystem that creates a great experience for all workers (not just employees) but that we also move to adopt more “user-centric” platforms instead of “company-centric” tools. By doing so, we can enable individuals to own their data and to build an intrinsic value for people to manage their own careers and promote lifelong employability.

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100+ Conferences to attend in 2019 on people analytics, the future of work and data-driven HR

100+ Conferences to attend in 2019 on people analytics, the future of work and data-driven HR

In this article, David assembles the conferences taking place in 2019 where people analytics, employee experience, HR technology and the future of the week are the dedicated or central theme. There are over 100 conferences chronologically ordered by date and featuring events taking place all over the world from Fiji to San Francisco, and from London to Auckland.

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How do you measure the Customer Experience of HR?

How do you measure the Customer Experience of HR?

The argument for proactively managing the customer experience of HR (CxHR) is clear: organisations who successfully deliver on the ‘moments that matter’ can positively influence employee engagement. For the more transactional interactions with HR services, HR should deliver an ‘effortless experience’. By removing friction from transactional processes, we can safeguard employee productivity and avoid damaging employee engagement. So how do we measure the customer experience of HR?

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How do you build a digital HR strategy?

How do you build a digital HR strategy?

HR needs a digital HR agenda that focuses on the few activities that generate the biggest business value in the new world of work. It also needs to change the way the function works, with an emphasis and focus on innovation. If not, HR is doomed to simply translate ‘digital HR’ as ‘a new HRIS’ – which is a high-risk undertaking, missing out on the great digital opportunities already on the table. In this blog post and short video, Volker Jacobs walks through the 9 areas that are critical in building a digital HR strategy.

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Navigating the hype and impact of AI in HR

Navigating the hype and impact of AI in HR

In this post, Megan Marie Butler examines the key findings from a recent report on the impact of artificial intelligence in HR, where the authors examine the challenges, current innovation process, and some of the vendors that are using AI to disrupt HR practices. The post examines the four areas of AI life-cycle management: operations, data generation, machine-learning and decision-making.

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Building Employee Trust and using HR Technology

Building Employee Trust and using HR Technology

We had the opportunity to catch up with Andy Spence from Glass Bead Consulting at the Tucana People Analytics conference and ask him about the latest trends in HR technology. Watch the video of his interview in this post as well as the transcript from our discussion.

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The Talent function: Three signs we’re entering a Golden Age

The Talent function: Three signs we’re entering a Golden Age

For a long time the HR and recruitment function has struggled to attract the best and brightest talent. That said, we’ve been on the cusp of some exciting change for some time and right now feels like the inflection point. Specifically, there are three linked trends which make me bullish: The HR and recruitment function is not only experiencing a paradigm shift, but also a technological and a talent revolution at the same time.

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