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HR Management Platform
The Secret to Top-Notch Software Development: Our HR Management Platform
Software development is knowledge-driven and labor-intensive, meaning our most valuable assets are our employees. We must hire and retain the best teams to deliver high-quality products and services cost-effectively. But that’s easier said than done. HR management platform is one of the groundbreaking solutions to these challenges. Running an award-winning software development company with ISO 30414 (human capital management) and ISO 10018 (people engagement) accredited and serving multiple industries, from healthcare and agriculture to education, e-commerce, and more, is hardly a stroll in the park. In addition to adhering to…
HR Tech Investments Remain Bullish Despite Recession Talk…
Writing in Techcrunch, Kyle Wiggers says the “The market for HR tech, which runs the gamut from workforce management to applicant recruitment and tracking systems, has proven remarkably resilient in the face of both pandemic and economic headwinds.” She suggests that it’s “precisely because of these headwinds that HR tech has attracted, and continues to attract, investors’ attention. The pandemic spurred companies to invest in digital infrastructure as their staff moved remote, while macroeconomic fears upped the pressure on HR teams — some of which had to contend with layoffs among their ranks…
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Align Learning Systems to Your Business Purpose…
This is among the terrific insights from Divyesh Sindhwaad, Regional Vice President at Skillsoft India… Here’s a summary of key insights in this useful article in PeopleMatters…. Define the business purpose: Understand whether the learning technology is aligned with the defined business outcome. Communication, collaboration, virtual leadership, problem-solving, and decision-making are the skills now necessary to succeed. The learning philosophy has evolved from online and talent-driven digital learning to ‘learn in the flow of work’ and ‘capability academies.’ The future tech ecosystem will build an entirely new learning ecosystem, which…
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The Great Tech Divide: Why Employers and Employees Are Split
This article sponsored by Paycomm makes a point we at JetRuby regularly reinforce with our clients. When designing any application, start with the employees. Chances are, if your technology project fails, it will be because employees or the regular users were not involved in its design. In one study, the report states, “4 in 5 employees say tech helps them get more done faster. And just as many business executives agreed tech improves efficiency in a follow-up survey.” But, “If everyone’s on the same page, enhancing workplaces should be easy,…
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Great Insight on Need to Gain Organizational Buy-in for Digital Transformation
Chelsea Barnes of The Enterprisers’ Project emphasizes that “successful digital transformation requires adoption across your organization. She says that three-quarters of digital transformation initiatives are stuck in “pilot purgatory.” She agrees with our view that “while technical boxes may be checked, organizational adoption – if and how employees welcome the change – is often ignored. Achieving genuine buy-in from people is a much more complex challenge than installing hardware or software. Go figure.” She recommends you ask these questions: How are you making it easier for your employees to visualize…
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What ServiceNow’s Acquisition Strategy Tells Us About HR Priorities
HR Executive writer Phil Albinus believes the acquisition by ServiceNow of skills solution provider Hitch Works indicates that HR technology companies are betting that upskilling and the internal marketplace will remain vital to HR leaders—even as economists express concerns about a looming economic recession. He reports that “HCM solution provider ServiceNow bought Hitch for an undisclosed sum for its AI-powered, skills-mapping and intelligence offerings, which ServiceNow has not previously provided in its Now platform,” according to Gretchen Alarcon, Vice President and General Manager of HR Service Delivery for ServiceNow, whom…
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Application Deployment Part 7: User Engagement
One of the most frequent failures with any deployment is a lack of focus on the people element. Just as it’s essential to involve the users in the user-interface and reporting processes, it’s essential to engage employees in the deployment. Below is a link to an article that addresses in detail the elements necessary for success.  Here’s a quick summary of what’s essential in a deployment plan to overcome the common resistance to anything new. Create a sense of meaning. Help users understand the why—how will this platform help organizations.…
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