From a shift to employee experience to the growth of hyper-personalization, here are 10 answers to the question, "What is the biggest HR technology trend you see coming in 2023?"
Consulting with HR leaders has provided technology providers with a unique vantage point: These vendors, which provide solutions to organizations, know that today’s HR and IT leaders who serve the function are trying to solve a long list of challenges, including the Great Resignation, quiet quitting, the need for skills and what they’re learning from active and passive employee listening. Solution providers also realize that HR leaders continue to address challenges that have accelerated to near-crisis levels in regard to recruitment and employee retention.
What is one HR technology that you expected to disrupt the industry in 2022, but didn’t materialize to make a big impact?
To help you decide on the best HR tools to work with, we asked CEOs, founders and HR leaders for their views on tech that came out this year in the space. From microlearning software to implementation optimization tools, there are several technologies that didn’t live up to expectations for the HR sphere in 2022.
While many American employers have embraced a hybrid work model for their employees, they have not fully implemented technologies that could help workers remain productive, creative and inspired in and out of the office setting. In a recent study conducted by real estate property technology provider JLL Technologies, 55% of office-based employees are now in a hybrid working pattern. Still, companies on average have adopted only four out of 15 recommended technologies to address the hybrid work transformation.
We asked attendees, exhibitors and speakers for their top takeaway from the 2022 HR Technology Conference & Exposition.
As the Great Resignation and quiet quitting have taken hold post-pandemic, employers now more than ever are looking for ways to alleviate burnout and better incorporate work-life balance into company culture.
Enter SPOTLYFE, winner of the 2022 HR Technology Conference & Exposition Pitchfest.
What is the top tool for engaging remote or hybrid workforce?
With the increased need to keep up effective communication channels with remote teams, there’s been a tech boom for collaborative project tools. But which of these are worth investing training time and resources into?
Over Thirty Companies to Compete Over Three Days
PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla., Aug. 30, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The HR Technology Conference & Exposition® is pleased to announce the participants of its 2022 Pitchfest. The popular startup competition will take place during the upcoming HR Technology Conference, happening September 13 – 16, 2022, at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas.
What are today’s biggest HR challenges that technology can help resolve? From keeping company culture alive with a remote workforce to employee upskilling, here’s the top ten challenges that HR professionals and leaders believe that tech tools can help harness effectively in response to the current demands of the workplace.
What are the most important analytics that HR should be measuring and tracking?
To help HR focus on the right metrics in managing their workforce, we asked HR managers and business leaders this question for their best insights. From revenue per employee to headcount net balance to employer commitment to employee needs, there are several important metrics that HR needs to track and analyze to best address the needs of the workforce.