High-performing, well-trained and motivated employees are the lifeblood of any organisation. HR play a vital role in making this a reality and in turn, positively impacting the financial performance of the company. However, for many HR professionals, they simply do not have the time to focus on the road ahead because they’re too busy filling in the cracks that lie behind. With fragmented systems and tools, too much time is spent on admin and not enough on addressing and tailoring towards the needs of the employees.
Digital transformation. Artificial intelligence. Automation. These words are now common place but their role within the world of HR can be confusing and intimidating, both for the HR professional and the employee. For HR, knowing how new digital technologies can help them achieve their objectives is vital but with a plethora of new providers claiming to deliver the very best in employee experience, knowing what to choose can be a minefield. The ADP Institute, alongside independent bodies, have conducted several studies that identify the key drivers for employee satisfaction and how technology can play a pivotal part within it.
Finding and retaining top talent is more competitive than ever, putting more pressure on organisations to deliver a positive employee experience. However, what works for one may not work for another, and yet creating a unique experience for each employee is untenable. So how can businesses cater for this diversity at scale?
The ADP institute, alongside independent third parties, have conducted a number of studies, articles and blogs that address these challenges and look at what your peers are prioritising.