At its third-annual HR Redefined conference, Namely, a leading HR platform for mid-sized companies, announced it reached more than 1,300 companies now running their people operations on the Namely platform. These organizations employ approximately 250,000 people in 134 countries and all 50 U.S. states and seven territories.
Namely’s client base now includes a broad range of fast-growing businesses in nearly every industry, including companies like ActiveCampaign, Acorns, Drift, EatStreet, Life is Good, Mizzen + Main, OneLogin, Peerfit, SiriusDecisions, and The Motley Fool, as well as Namely partners such as Jobvite, JazzHR, and Greenhouse. Together, these mid-sized organizations use Namely to manage billions of dollars in payroll, with growth of 300 percent since the first HR Redefined conference in 2017.
Technology has already created vast strides in changing the face of the modern HR department over the past few decades. HR technology has cleared the decks of the traditional work to make way for a more streamlined HR department. Human resources professionals are now better able to focus on front-burner and face-to-face tasks. Instead of shuffling through stacks of paperwork to find a single piece of critical information, HR staff members can use innovative solutions to access information quickly and easily.
Many have started calling this recent period of technological shifts within the business ecosystem as the fourth industrial revolution and the effects are for everyone to see. Today, technologies like AI, automation, robotics, and digitalization have redefined the existing parameters of operation and, in addition to lowering costs, have made processes more data-driven and efficient. This shift has not only improved how a company delivers its products but also how it operates from within, an aspect to which the modern-day HR function is no exception.
Global employee engagement company, Reward Gateway has announced a partnership with BambooHR, a leading HR software provider for small and medium-sized businesses. The collaboration will integrate BambooHR’s Human Resource Information System (HRIS), which serves more than 13,000 customers and supports more than 1 million employees, with Reward Gateway’s Employee Engagement Platform, which is trusted by over 1,800 clients.
As we look ahead to the tech trends coming in 2019, human resources (HR) professionals have already had to prepare for and adapt to the changing workplace.
Sinead Grant is the senior people operations generalist in Kemp Technologies. Grant has worked across a variety of industries throughout her career and understands the crucial role customers play in shaping HR initiatives. She also recently completed a master’s degree in HR management at University of Limerick in order to keep pace with the changing workplace trends.
Here, she discusses her the HR challenges coming down the line and the strategies she’s using to prepare for the future of work.
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