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Introduction to HR Technologies

Understand How to Use Technology to Improve Performance and Processes

Get to grips with where technology can add value to HR activity and assess which technologies are best suited to individual issues with this practical guide.
EAN: 9781789665277
Edition: 1
Format: 234x156
288 pages

About the book

Technology can have huge benefits for the HR function. Whether it's saving time by streamlining processes, boosting engagement by enabling analysis of people data or improving employee development by allowing staff to access the content they need on different platforms, wherever and whenever they need it; the opportunities are vast. However, with more apps, software and platforms than ever before, the volume and variety of available technologies can be overwhelming. This makes it extremely difficult for HR professionals to know where to start when assessing what technologies are out there and which are worth investing in. Introduction to HR Technologies addresses these issues in clear, accessible and jargon-free language and is an indispensable guide for HR professionals needing to get to grips technologies and understand how to use them to add tangible business value.

Covering all the core areas of HR including recruitment, performance management, learning and development (L&D) and reward, Introduction to HR Technologies allows practitioners to identify areas where technologies can be used to drive performance and what to look for when assessing technological solutions. There is also discussion of artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning and the Internet of Things (IoT) and what they mean for HR. This book is essential reading for all HR professionals looking to use technology confidently to increase performance, improve processes and add value to both employees and the business as a whole.

About the authors

Stacey Harris

Stacey Harris is Vice President of Research and Analytics at Sierra-Cedar. Prior to this, she was the VP of Research and Advisory Services at the Brandon Hall Group and the Director of Strategic HR at Bersin and Associates. Since 2017, Stacey Harris has been the Director of Education for the International Association for Human Resource Information Management.

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