We’re over a month deep into our new working from home reality. How’s it going for your business? Many of us are feeling the strain, with multiple Zoom meetings every day, remote team management, and a host of other at-a-distance challenges. And while tools like Zoom and Microsoft Teams are a godsend for this environment, there is also a growing need to document and integrate those tools with your HRIS.
Are your HR processes still operating in the 20th century? Do you still keep massive paper files and use clunky technology that can’t really do what you need it to do? Are you less productive than you could be because you spend too much time sorting, filing, searching, and processing everything manually?
If that sounds like you, then it’s time to take another look at your HRIS. As the keystone for your HR processes and the foundation for any additional steps you want to take with HR technology, your HRIS has the power to deliver benefits like cost savings, increased productivity, and better retention and engagement. But it can’t do that if it doesn’t have the functionality to support a 21st century HR strategy.
How do you know if your HRIS isn’t making the grade? Here are four telltale signs. Read more
Mention the term AI in a crowded room and you’ll get all kinds of reactions. From Hal the Robot references to serious questions about machine learning, artificial intelligence is something everybody’s thinking about. In the HR space, everybody knows it has potential to change the way we work. The real question, however, is: how can AI make a difference to your HR processes today?
At the HR Technology Conference earlier this month, we attended a demo of Ultimate Software’s new AI function, Xander. Xander is one answer to that bottom line question. According to Ultimate Software, its goal is to: Read more
Last week, the CompareHRIS team attended the annual HR Technology Conference in Las Vegas. As the go-to conference for all things tech in the HR space, this conference gives attendees the inside track on what’s coming next for recruiting, employee engagement, performance management, and core HR software (and more).
The major topic of discussion in Vegas last week was AI/machine learning. We heard about intelligent analysis and data predictions in the form of predictive analytics, performance management tools, chat bots, emotional intelligence, and more.
We’ll give more details in the coming weeks, but for now, let’s take a high-level look at the big trends in this field. Read more
Our CompareHRIS team is heading to Las Vegas for the 2017 HR Tech Conference next week. We’re pumped about the speakers, exhibitors, and vendors we’ll get to meet, as well as the awesome tech and sessions we’ll get to experience.
But we’re also heartbroken for the city of Las Vegas as they recover in the wake of Sunday night’s tragic shooting. As we pack our bags and laptops, we invite you to join us in holding the victims and their families in our thoughts and prayers. Read more