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HR Tech in 2014 – 2015: What To Expect!

HR Tech in 2014 – 2015: What To Expect! | Big Data in HR | Scoop.it
News and Opinion from the Fastest Growing HR Network & Conference in the World

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HR-REVAMPED's curator insight, January 3, 2015 2:27 AM
What Happens When All HR Processes Get Encapsulated Into A Single Tool? The modern day HR managers see themselves more as technologists than as administrators. Their role is noticeably evolved from the roles classical company’s HR managers used to perform. Now the HR department is focused on the key business imperatives. With the advent of cloud computing and SaaS (Software as a Service), a good number of HR software are floating across the web which encapsulate all the HR processes to cater the needs of HR managers and deliver results in an accurate, timely and systematic manner. Among a bunch of such software, WebHR seems to be a catchy handpick. WebHR is a Cloud based Social HR Software that handles everything from Hire to Retire. It is currently used by more than 10,000 Companies in 177 Countries. WebHR is a SaaS based Application with following interfaces: Web User InterfaceAndroid App on Google Play StoreiOS App on Apple iTunes StoreWindows 8 Store Native App
It’s salient features include: Feature Rich Social Cloud HRComplete Recruitment SolutionEmployee Self ServiceExtensive Leaves ManagementEffortless PayrollEmployees AttendanceComprehensive Reports & Graphs
WebHR survives a stiff competitive market. It’s main competitors are Tribe HR, Bamboo HR, Orange HRM and Zoho people. WebHR’s Competitive Edge Over its Competitors are as follows: User-friendly Web and Mobile InterfacesExtremely Feature Rich Cloud Based ApplicationLess Expensive compared to all other similar applications
  To conclude, if HR departments of all organizations choose to encapsulate their HR processes into smart tools like WebHR, the HR managers can devote more time and attention on important roles like building competitive advantage, developing and retaining talents, leadership development with succession planning, building diverse talent structure and actively help organizations grow their business upright.    
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Los españoles se incentivan para descubrir el Big Data - La Vanguardia

Los españoles se incentivan para descubrir el Big Data La Vanguardia Las empresas que están utilizando las tecnologías Big Data adecuadamente les está reportando un 10% de crecimiento durante los últimos 4 años, casi el doble respecto a las...
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T. Wheaton (Wunderman) en #DMA13: “El big data no debe aspirar ...

T. Wheaton (Wunderman) en #DMA13: “El big data no debe aspirar ... | Big Data in HR | Scoop.it
La pareja formada por marketing y big data no tiene en realidad género, pero ¿cómo se observa el desarrollo de esta nueva tendencia “marketera” desde la trinchera de las mujeres? Para responder a esta pregunta, ...
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Big Data in Human Resources: A World of Haves And Have-Nots

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"I’ve written several times about the Datafication of HR and BigData in Human Resources, explaining the tremendous business opportunity companies have to leverage their employee data to improve operational performance."


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Tony Brugman (Bright & Company)'s curator insight, November 15, 2013 11:12 AM

Bersin Study on Talent Analytics sees a Great Divide between "Haves and Have-nots". According to recent research by Josh Bersin and his colleagues, "more than 60% of companies are now investing in BigData and analytics tools to help make their HR departments more data-driven."

 

However, they found "that only 4% of companies have achieved the capability to perform “predictive analytics” about their workforce." The "remaining 84%" are "dealing with reporting."

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Understanding The Various Sources of Big Data – Infographic

Understanding The Various Sources of Big Data – Infographic | Big Data in HR | Scoop.it
Big data is everywhere and it can help organisations any industry in many different ways.

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Tony Agresta's curator insight, November 7, 2013 5:47 PM

If you have not had the chance to review some of the free sources of big data that can enhance your content applications, take a look at the Linked Open Data Graph.  It's updated daily and you can learn more by searching for the CKAN API.   This graph represents tens of billions of semantic facts about a diverse set of topics.   These facts have been used to enhance many content driven web sites allowing users to learn more about music, geography, populations and much more.  

Henry Pan's curator insight, November 9, 2013 11:19 AM

Too many data source......