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Sink Or Swim: A Tidal Wave Of Tech Is Shaping HR

Sink Or Swim: A Tidal Wave Of Tech Is Shaping HR | The Twinkie Awards | Scoop.it

1.  Talent And HR Analytics: Companies need to know how their recruiting efforts and HR departments are performing.  Talent and HR analytic tools can help companies identify best practices and stay up- to-date of trends within their workforce, including hiring practices.  In particular, Talent and HR Analytics can organize and sift through data in ways that help leaders identify the challenges and opportunities their organizations face.  Today, more than ever, HR departments need analytic tools that can help them with the candidate selection process and retention process, or they will quickly lose the most innovative and tech-savvy talent prospects to their competitors and a vicious downward spiral will ensue.


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HR and Business Leaders: The Disconnect - Study

HR and Business Leaders: The Disconnect - Study | The Twinkie Awards | Scoop.it
A new study from the CIPD highlights the importance of demonstrating and communicating the HR function’s ROI.

 

A new study from the UK’s Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) has revealed a strong disconnect between HR leaders and other business leaders when it comes to HR’s contribution to the organisation.

 

“There is a large proportion of business leaders who either have no opinion about HR’s contribution to the business or do not know one way or the other,” the study stated.

 

The report revealed that just 27% of business leaders believe the HR function helps their ‘organisation to become more flexible and agile’, while 40% disagree and 39% have no opinion on this statement. In addition, almost half (44%) of business leaders think that HR fail ‘to address the operational issues facing the organisation’ and 52% think that HR prioritise ‘what matters to HR over wider organisation issues’.


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