Smart, strategic and employee-centric: The next generation of HR technology

17 January

Smart, strategic and employee-centric: The next generation of HR technology

This People Management Insight white paper, produced in partnership with WorkForce Software, looks at how digital transformation is empowering people professionals and revolutionising the workplace

The world of work is changing fast, and so too are employee expectations.The pandemic has expedited shifts in working practices and today’s remote, dispersed and deskless workforces are looking to employers to support them through this change, provide the technology and training they need to adapt and thrive, and communicate clearly what lies ahead. 

The modern workplace, then, requires agile working practices to keep pace with change. And all of this must be underpinned by technology. Technologies such as data analytics, artificial intelligence (AI) and apps that improve the employee experience (EX) can be an integral part of that digital transformation for organisations that are ready to rethink the way they manage, engage, communicate with and motivate their teams. 

So, this People Management Insight white paper, produced in partnership with WorkForce Software, looks at how digital transformation is empowering people professionals and revolutionising the workplace in three key areas: business performance, employee experience and HR intelligence.