In today's world, there are many different hiring practices. There are full-time workers, part-time workers, contract workers who freelance, contract-to-hire and so on. With contract hiring websites such as Jobble and Upwork, some positions can easily be filled...
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Bringing new employees into your company is exciting – after a thorough application, interview, and vetting process, it’s time for their first day. New employees are ready to learn about the company; they want to meet their new team and learn about a new job. So, why ask employees to start their first day by filling out a pile of forms? Furthermore, modern employees often work remotely or apart from where the HR team works, so filling out a pile of new-hire documents and getting them to the right place is even more of a challenge. read more…
Whether your industry follows traditional seasonal hiring patterns or you have peaks and valleys unique to your vertical, you have likely experienced challenges in your recruitment and hiring process. The past year has been a workers’ market, and employers have struggled to fill both temporary and permanent positions. With such a tight labor market, recruiters and human resources professionals must look at new ways to attract talent. Technology is one way to become more competitive.
The arrival of the digital age has transformed human resources. Human resources professionals no longer have to be bogged down by manual processes or overwhelming amounts of data. HR departments, now more nimble through technology, have greater freedom to make a significant impact on corporate culture and productivity thanks to new solutions that improve human capital management and development.
Here are three examples of the incredible impact technology is having on HR and organizations at large.