- Technology is a key factor in shared services
Technology is often a deciding factor in the adoption of shared services, and 73% of public sector organisations believe that supporting technology is ‘important’ or ‘very important’ when implementing a shared service for HR and payroll, according to new UK research.
- Prepare for backlash
Heading home for the day no longer means the work is done – and industry experts have voiced their concerns that technology isn’t liberating workers through flexibility, but trapping them in a 24-hour work cycle.
- Frontline Intelligence: HR Technology - Leadership development plans
Nick Southcombe writes that many of the manual processes associated with identifying and leveraging talent for future organisational needs can be eased with impactful human capital solutions.
- Social media: Overanalysed...but underutilised?
Social media is being lauded as a tool with which HR professionals can engage with past, current and future employees, and is simultaneously being derided as a waste of employees' productive time. David Owens explores the way forward.
- HR and the cloud: A burgeoning trend for 2012
Cloud computing is changing the face of HR, and according to new research, is enabling even small organisations to operate on a global scale.
- Streamlined onboarding proves winning approach
The Australian HR Awards held in Sydney last Friday saw recognition of excellence within the industry – and at the cutting edge of implementing streamlined HR processes, Brookfield Multiplex took out the award for Best use of Technology.