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HR Recreating Roles and Responsibilities to Drive Business Productivity

By HR Tech Outlook | Monday, August 05, 2019

HR Leading HR organizations are already delving into tech-driven ideas for paving the way for bettering enterprise productivity.

FREMONT, CA: It is time for a massive change in the field of HR, and industrial-organizational psychologists (I/O) working with HR experts can assist with the shift by addressing organizational issues and identifying methods to assess the value supplied by HR while also conducting human performance research in future organizations. Companies now focus on being employee-centric to cope with the evolving times. Great employees make a great company. The factors listed below bring an enormous transformation in HR's role.

The Ever-Expanding Role of the CHRO 

 A CHRO's position in any company is one of the most important. This role's scope not only expands but also from the rest of the C-suite gets its proper recognition and appreciation. CHROs need to help businesses pave the way for strategic growth through recruitment, compensation, talent management, performance management, training, employee experience, and more decisions. They are the HR leaders who need to begin and hold the correct discussions with other company leaders to carve out a smart route for a successful future.

Employee Experience Mirrors Customer Experience

The importance given as a strategic priority to employee engagement has never been greater. A lot of evidence also reveals the direct impact of higher employee engagement on business growth. Because of this new interest in focusing on employees, HR will invest in HR technologies to help them build exceptional employee experiences from onboard to exit. HR discovers ways to invest in the amount of effort and detail involved in mapping employee journeys.

Collaboration between Human and Digital

Sources estimate that the global Human Resource Management (HRM) sector will reach $30 billion by 2025. Advances in IT, predictive analysis, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and machine learning processes in HR processes enable professionals to perform traditional practices with much more ease and reduced time span. More HR managers are planning investments over the next two years in fields such as predictive analytics, improved process automation, and AI.

HR's future has arrived, and it is now. HR must, therefore, be a feature that takes the lead in knowing what makes employees heard and valued, what cultures drive the most productive workplaces, and what equations make it possible to combine human potential with technology.

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