On the CatalystOne blog we cover subjects regarding HR technology, HR systems, HR processes, Performance & Talent Management and more.
It’s not news that digitalisation is changing the landscape of almost every industry, but technology is only the vehicle for change. People are aboard that vehicle, and without someone to drive and someone to navigate, you won’t get to where you intended to go.
CEO of CatalystOne, Avtar Jasser, reflects on 2019 and looks ahead to the coming year – and decade – in HR tech. Changes and developments in HR and HR tech in 2019 HR is about gradual change, and the really noticeable changes happen over longer periods than a single year. While larger companies have been adopting HR systems over the past few years, it’s now time for smaller companies to act on their need for proper HCM platforms. We also see that bigger organisations are beginning to understand that a solid platform for HCM doesn’t always fit with the point solutions they have in place or are considering. If this sounds familiar, it’s worth investigating systems that are specifically built to support integration.
CatalystOne is introducing a unique online magazine concept. When HR Means Business brings together articles, interviews and think pieces from key voices in HR across Scandinavia. Read about the changing face of HR and how digitalisation can optimise your business practice.
There’s no question that making the change to digital recruitment saves time and money for companies, but what does a digitalised process say to your candidates? For jobseekers, an intuitive, self-service approach to hiring hints that a company has embraced technology and flexible working conditions. With this in mind, the question becomes: is this hint a promise you can fulfil?
People don’t just talk about their first day at a new job, they broadcast it. With more than three quarters of people in the Nordics using social media regularly, your new employees are likely to share their early experiences of your organisation with their friends and followers. And if they’re really happy, they’ll keep talking about it in the weeks and months to come. This is your chance to turn your latest hire into your newest brand ambassador.