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The recent HR Technology show in Chicago reinforced within me the idea that many automated HR solutions have problems. Most HR products are first-generation attempts to automate the record-keeping, transaction processing and most tedious aspects of human resources. In fact, many of today’s HR solutions (e.g., benefits enrollment or performance evaluations) are simply automated versions of a previously manual task. HR solutions are desperately in need of reengineering. Sacred cows need to be sent to the slaughterhouse and a genuine rethink of HR technology is in order. The proof of this reengineering need is out there ...
At one time or another, we have all worked for a company where employees are hired and then voluntarily leave a few months or a few years later. It is like a revolving door where one day an employee is doing his job and the next day he is gone. What’s more, these companies see this issue as merely a fact of being in business and not something they can really change. They simply start the recruitment process over again and fill that same job a few weeks later with another individual who may or may not stay for the long term. Unfortunately, improving employee retention is often a poorly ... Read More
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