Today, employees’ preferences differ drastically from a decade ago. This reflects the new age workplace culture and the process management. While methods and tools for managing people are significantly transformed, the HR solution primarily focuses on productivity for the most part.
The following are a few areas where organizations are optimizing productivity through technology:
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has a greater impact on recruitment by facilitating interview scheduling, candidate communication, and gauging attitude in the hiring process. Technology enhances candidates’ evaluation. For instance, AI can turn a video into a set of data points by analyzing facial movements, and word choice of the candidate. Machine learning automates candidate outreach process and streamlines employee onboarding process. Intelligent bots acts as virtual assistants to create employee profiles and enables staff to answer basic questions about benefits and insurance.
Technology can track productivity in real-time, including the hiring process. AI offers insights on talent that open up new opportunities to identify a diverse set of experiences, abilities and mindsets. Tools are used to measure the impact of certain traits on productivity. The tools help managers identify individuals with the highest probability, and place them on the right job. Technology can also recommend learning options and attrition risk factors.
Time and Workflow Management
Enterprises have to experience delays in project work due to missing some important documents because of the system crash. Employees can be more organized with cloud-based goal management software. Businesses can count every second using time tracking that takes the stress out of the workplace.
Learning and development across multiple platforms with intuitive user interface make training more engaging in the real-time. Diverse teams can learn simultaneously – virtually. AI-based enterprises have witnessed good results in terms of employee productivity and retention rate.
Today, we have tools that provide employee feedback, and conduct surveys. These tools can help improve engagement and productivity. Moreover, increased use of smartphones, tablets and laptops has simplified mobile workforce management and improved spirit.
Employee self-service enables users to get quick replies to questionaries’ and help find required information without elaborative admin processes or multiple interactions. Self-service can help compile employee information quickly without human errors.
Whether it is an SME or a large enterprise, HR software can help you tackle bigger challenges and enables you to focus on cultivating an employee culture and improving ROI.