With workers demanding more flexibility and choice, organisations face a challenge in managing and supporting such a free-spirited and dynamic workforce.
The time has already come for robots and humans to work together as a team — collaboratively producing significant results.
Organisations are now leveraging platforms that ensure the hiring process is devoid of any recruiter biases.
Office parties have already transformed from dress up and walk in, to dress up and log in, but soon you may even be able to holoport yourself to the real party with your colleagues in office.
Technology has changed the hiring process, selecting more appropriate candidates for each job, increasing efficiency and decreasing attrition.
Will mere automation/platform-based intervention bring in efficacy and consistency, and ensure repeatability?
According to the 2015 KPMG HR Transformation Survey, 88 per cent of HR leaders plan to spend the same or more than last year on HR technology, while 30 per cent plan to replace their core HR systems in 2015 — an all-time high.
The ePoise job interviews app has garnered investment of around Rs 3 crore from Orios Venture Partners and also few angel investors including Amit Ranjan, co-founder of Slideshare.
The app, Zero Bench, allows the employees at Infosys to apply for projects within the company, depending on their skillsets.
Veuon, a Chennai-based company, has launched the first-of-its-kind mobile application to connect job providers and jobseekers through global positioning system.
The integration will help simplify not only business processes but also processes of recruitment, management of workforce and hiring-related decision-making.
How Big Data can be leveraged by HR professional to measure performance, predict behaviour of employees and also acquire talent.