The old saying goes that the only two things we can count on are death and taxes. I’d like to add a third: the continued evolution of HR technology.
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?"
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.
To keep you up-to-date on "what's next" in HR Technology, we asked HR leaders and business owners for their insights into what they felt was the coolest HR technology they've come across recently.
We received a wide-range of responses that covered everything including applicant tracking software, onboarding, sustainability, soft skills and more.
The tech world may be marching into the future on a path lit by artificial intelligence and machine learning, but most human resource leaders are spending their days trying to solve challenges around talent acquisition, retention and the Great Resignation.
Written by: George LaRocque
From Adopting Gig Economy Best Practices to Expanding the Use of AI, Here are the Top 5 HR Tech Trends to Look Out for in 2022.
Original post by Phil Albinus on January 3, 2022 on https://hrexecutive.com/the-5-biggest-hr-tech-trends-coming-your-way-this-year/
As we approach the end of the first full calendar year of living and working in a global pandemic, it’s clear HR leaders will need to adopt technology in new ways to face continuing challenges with hybrid work, vaccine mandates and the Great Resignation.
From adopting the best practices of the gig economy to expanding the use of AI, here are the top five HR tech trends to look out for in 2022.