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HR Technologies

Identify and Evaluate Technology for the World of Work

Leverage the value of HR technologies and understand how to use them to save time and money as well as to boost employee retention, engagement and performance.
Available to pre-order from 3rd April 2019
EAN: 9780749493288
Edition: 0
Format: 234x156
288 pages
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About the book

Technology can have huge benefits for HR and the world of work. Whether it's saving time by streamlining processes, boosting profits by enabling analysis of organizational data or improving employee development and performance by allowing staff to access the content they need on different platforms, in different mediums, whenever they need it; the opportunities are huge. However, with more apps, software, programs and platforms being created than ever before, it's difficult to cut through the hype to evaluate what technologies are really going to make a difference to the business. HR Technologies is an indispensable solution for all HR professionals looking to implement a new technology or replace an existing one to add tangible business value. It explains how to identify what technologies to consider, what questions to ask, how to evaluate them and how to build the business case to secure investment in the technology once it's been chosen.

Covering all the core areas of HR including recruitment, performance management, learning and development and reward, HR Technologies allows practitioners to identify opportunities that could be improved by technology. There is also guidance on reporting and analysis, data security, privacy issues and the ethical considerations when implementing HR technologies. There is also discussion of artificial intelligence (AI), smart technologies and the internet of things and what this means for the future world of work. This book is essential reading for all HR professionals looking to use technology confidently to add value to both employees and the business as a whole.

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