It’s no mystery that with the new era of workers, human resources is challenged with redefining their skillset. The new generation of workers is transforming the workforce forcing businesses to create new strategies creating a more personalized connection between employers and employees and a more automated approach to the routine tasks.
Here are the five underrated skills human resource professionals should be tapping into to create more engaging candidate and employee experiences.
Zoho, an operating system for business, has released its most advanced self-service business intelligence and analytics platform yet, unleashing the power of data blending and artificial intelligence (AI).
Zoho Analytics enables organizations to analyze massive amounts of data in a much more efficient way and derive cross-functional business insights, a company statement said.
MUMBAI: The corner office for human resources in India Inc, occupied by the chief HR officer (CHRO), has witnessed an interesting shift with more women replacing men.
Xpheno, a specialist staffing firm, mapped 200 movements of women HR officers over the last few years and found that they had replaced a male incumbent as an HR head in over 60% cases. This indicates stronger action by companies to meet their diversity and inclusion (D&I) requirements, especially at leadership levels, albeit through the HR department.
Whether you are ready or not, change is the only constant. The only business imperative is to adapt. The latest in the technology bandwagon is the rise of Artificial Intelligence applications, especially on the people management front. Such business and people consideration of AI were discussed at a recent roundtable event in collaboration with Oracle, with leaders offering many real-life insights into the way AI is being shaped for a better talent landscape.
Artificial intelligence, or AI, has the power to transform human resources. It’s an important tool in terms of data analysis and management. With the right approach to human resource management systems that use AI, companies could save time and money.
According to recent figures, only 13% of companies are using AI as part of their human resources operations. However, when you ask about the future of AI, over 50% believe it will be a regular part of human resource in just five years.
NEW DELHI: Tata Motors Wednesday said it has appointed Ravindra Kumar G P as president and chief human resources officer, effective December 17, 2018.
Kumar will oversee all the human resource operations for Tata Motors, the company said in a statement.
“Kumar’s vast experience at GE and Asian Paints will further strengthen our resolve towards building an employee focused organisation.
The official start of winter is just days away. With almanacs calling for a wet winter with a lot of snow in some parts of the country and periods of bitter cold elsewhere, I predict that Mother Nature will cause her share of complications for workplaces this season.
When bad weather strikes, companies must make decisions on office closures, pay, leave and safety. Here are answers to some common questions about how workplaces handle – or should handle – inclement weather.
MULTIPLE industries around the world have witnessed significant modernization transformation in the last few years with the integration of new and advanced software. These technological developments are speeding up and facilitating processes and making them more insightful.
As new technology continues to reshape Human Resources (HR) management across industries. here are a few of the trends that are transforming HR and payroll:
Analysts generally have a poor track record in forecasting economic outcomes; ask five analysts a question and you’ll likely get at least six answers. However, there does seem to be a growing consensus around a few things that will affect us all in 2019:
The Russian economy will continue to grow in size and global influence, but that this may falter as we approach 2020;
The growth in the Chinese economy could slow down and even trigger a new global financial crisis;
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