HR Technology and Techniques: Where does your Company stand?

 

Human resources is an area of organizational services that is transformed by technology. In what ways does your company handle key issues? Sierra-Cedar’s 2015-2016 Human Resources System Survey is the 18th year to assess and report on current trends in the human resources arena. The latest report provides benchmarks and provides insights into upcoming corporate trends. Here are some points from the latest survey:
The change is going on. More than 50% of the cost-driven human resources management system is SaaS, and more than 40% of respondents said they plan to develop a new HR system strategy next year. The main content of these strategies is the process involving recruitment and onboarding. Today, more and more companies are using cloud solutions for customer relationship management (CRM) and sales, not for other organizations. The “wait and see” attitude makes most companies uncertain, or “no plans” to use cloud solutions in the next 24 months.
Higher-level tools are transforming the HR department into a service Although the development of service delivery strategies declined slightly last year, the use of self-service and help desk technologies has increased.
Global companies continue to integrate HRM solutions to streamline data collection and coordinate regional and international employee management. Human resources is an area of organizational services that is transformed by technology. In what ways does your company handle key issues? Sierra-Cedar’s 2015-2016 Human Resources System Survey is the 18th year to assess and report on current trends in the human resources arena. The latest report provides benchmarks and provides insights into upcoming corporate trends. Here are some points from the latest survey:
The change is going on. More than 50% of the cost-driven human resources management system is SaaS, and more than 40% of respondents said they plan to develop a new HR system strategy next year. The main content of these strategies is the process involving recruitment and onboarding. Today, more and more companies are using cloud solutions for customer relationship management (CRM) and sales, not for other organizations. The “wait and see” attitude makes most companies uncertain, or “no plans” to use cloud solutions in the next 24 months.
Higher-level tools are transforming the HR department into a service Although the development of service delivery strategies declined slightly last year, the use of self-service and help desk technologies has increased.
Global companies continue to integrate HRM solutions to streamline data collection and coordinate regional and international employee management.

The desire and need for human resource analysis illustrate the need to understand tangible results. Managers with better access to data sources, metric categories and analytics can achieve higher levels of business and financial performance.
The phone is still very hot. With a 70% increase over the past three years, the growth of mobile applications and the use of mobile devices at the job site continue. According to the Sierra-Cedar survey, the adoption of mobile solutions increased by 90% last year and is expected to increase by 65% next year. Just as well-designed ATS modules are now indispensable in the recruitment cycle, mobile devices are now a “standard tool” for increased collaboration, information exchange, productivity, and customer satisfaction.
The strategic use of social technology is also evolving. Last year, the use of corporate social media tools and other collaborative delivery packages increased by 20%. Collaboration tools are expected to make progress in the coming year.
Sierra-Cedar pointed out that early adopters of HR technology have provided the bottom line for improving the best-performing companies in the past few years. With the ubiquity of HR technology, the advantages of early adopters have largely disappeared. Look for collaborative social and recruitment tools, as well as analyze and improve business processes as a differentiating factor for the best-performing companies next year.

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