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A weekly summary of the news, trends, reviews, profiles and articles from HR Tech Outlook
November 15, 2018

HR Tech Outlook Weekly Brief

Newsletter for Enterprise Technology Decision Makers

Feature of the Week
Knowing the benefits of a wellness program is not enough, organizations need to follow a basic plan to implement one in their workplace.
The identification and resolution of challenges in HR departments are considered to be of vital importance. That said, the following are the prime human resource challenges, along with solutions to resolve them.
Employee engagement plays a major role in ensuring better productivity for an organization. If an employee is emotionally invested in his work, it will mean an increased performance, and thus achieving their employer’s goals and objectives.
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CHRO Viewpoint
Alec Bashinsky, CHRO, Deloitte
As long as organizations have employees, then bringing the best out of people will continue to be a priority.
Alan Sioberg, VP & CIO, Georgia System Operations Corporation
Sure, training is required on the tool itself, but we found we could train someone with no coding experience to build workflows.
CXO Insights
By Wayne Reschke, VP-HR, Alliant Energy
High quality computer-based offerings frees up classroombased training to focus on those subjects best suited to group/instructor interaction.
By Adam Shad, Sr. Vice President - National Delivery, Kforce Inc
Beyond identifying opportunities, candidates will experience far more frequent and consistent communication.