HR should give employees reliable, easy-to-use HR technology that's accessible remotely, HR executives say. "I truly believe you can't provide a good customer experience if you can't provide good employee experience," said Yulia Chupina, deputy chairman of Sberbank's executive board.
Talent management software can improve recruiting, training and employee retention, potentially paying for itself within a few years, writes Luke Marson. The systems offer cloud-based options, easy creation of reports and analytics, and a single source for obtaining information, he writes.
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Jaguar Land Rover is one of the latest employers to use digital games and puzzles to test job applicants' skills. The apps are "very attractive in attracting candidates and keeping the short attention span of millennials," said Barbara Marder, senior partner at Mercer.
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To make better use of HR analytics, use tools that turn the data into relevant information and encourage company leaders to act on the results, writes John Boudreau. "To put HR data, measures, and analytics to work more effectively requires a more 'user-focused' perspective," he writes.
Global Intermix gave employees Fitbit trackers as a holiday gift and then created monthly competitions for increasing sleep and activity. Zeus Legal Funding offers employees the MoodGYM program to boost mental health, and Intuit combines technology-driven health data with wellness coaches who interpret it and help employees make choices to improve their well-being.
Use technology and data to find the best talent, screen candidates and combat bias, writes Kevin Parker, CEO of HireVue. "AI will be not an automation of a high-touch function or a replacement for stellar HR organizations, but a critical tool in the arsenal of excellence for HR teams from here on out," he writes.
IHRIM webinar July 12: Maneuvering Your Cloud Deployment
The C-suite approved the big bucks to deploy a new HR cloud solution. They were promised efficiency, transparency, and analytics. How do you guarantee you can deliver on those promises? From his new book, "Maneuvering Your Cloud Deployment," James Lehman will share lessons learned from multiple Workday deployments. He will talk about steps to take when planning a cloud deployment, strategies to apply to deliver results and how to achieve organizational transformation with your cloud deployment. Register today.
IHRIM members webinar July 19: Exploring Top 5 Emerging Technologies for HR
Are you responsible for your organization's HR technology investments? Do you look at the future of HR technology and wonder where you should focus your attention? Join Stacey Harris, vice president of research and analytics, and Erin Spencer, research consultant, as they walk through the top five emerging technology trends for HR organizations. In this fourth installment of our Sierra-Cedar HR Systems Survey Quarterly Insights, we will discuss these emerging technology areas. Read more and register today.