Employee Communications & Mobility Wrap-up: Sept 4-18
What technologies are HR managers leveraging to help keep people productive (even when working remotely)? In adopting these new technologies, what sort of challenges can they expect to face?
Overcoming Tech Challenges for Better Engagement
HR managers are often faced with the challenge of not only finding the most talented people for an organization, but also targeting those who would be a good fit for the company culture. Harnessing technologiy to do this means taking advantage of social media, where you’re able to effectivly communicate your organization’s values to potential candidates. It also means using mobile: people have expectations about using mobile in their day-to-day lives, why not also for job functions?
Tips for managing a remote workforce
Implementing a remote work policy may give managers pause: after all, how can you ensure workers stay productive? Having a culture of trust helps foster productivity among remote workers, and keeping the lines of communication open allows teams to balance their workloads. Obviously technology is also an important factor in remote work, where the modern workforce nowadays expects collaboration and communication by way of mobile devices.
What’s next in HR Tech?
Emergine technologies are becoming more important to how HR leaders manage their workers. Among the most recent trends are the use of cloud technolgy and analytics. These advancements are changing how HR functions in an organization, where technology helps in making people more productive and processes more efficient.