Choosing an HR technology really boils down to what your human resources department needs in order to help the business run efficiently and effectively. The technology that your company chooses should align with your needs. These needs might include:
HR teams are tasked with multiple processes and job functions that are critical to your business. This includes attracting top talent, onboarding talent, managing benefits, tracking time, managing payroll, and much more.
As 2019 begins, many HR departments and company investors are looking for the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) to release its guidelines for internal and external human capital management reporting, which should be soon.
Engaged employees are what help create innovative ideas for your business. It’s vital for your company to reach its potential. With that said, according to a recent Gallup poll, only 32% of US workers say that they are engaged at their jobs. In other words, only one in every three employees are engaged.
Keeping your business compliant with the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is absolutely vital when it comes to managing your workforce. Non-compliance sets your business up for government audits and stiff financial penalties.
It’s hard to believe how quickly 2018 came and went - but alas - 2019 is upon us. And with a new year comes new trends across the HR industry. To be even more granular, there are trends to watch out for when it comes to human capital management (HCM).