IT trends for HR
- Jul 29, 2019
When it comes to Human Resources within a company comes a series of steps: payroll, performance management, performance evaluation, work medicine, electronic point management, job security and so on. In day-to-day, there are tasks that make the Human Resources area extremely operational, causing it over a short time to carry out more strategic actions.
However, with the advancement of technology and mobility, we are going through a phase of transition.
As with the ERP a few years ago, the HR segment has also been undergoing a consolidation process within corporations. Going back a little in time, we can remember that there were companies specialized in accounting, financial, stock, etc., making the operations decentralized and independent.
In order to facilitate the processes and to have more control and precision in the management, the unification of the systems and the consolidation of the ERP occurred, causing at the time a true technological revolution. It turns out that the HR department was left out of this consolidation and today the area has been speeding up the automation process to become more strategic within the companies.
Thus, we have listed three important trends in information technology for HR. Check out:
1. Unification of systems and countries
Companies want access to all HR systems at the same time, including the management of all operations, whether national or international. HR management for multinationals needs to be global and ideally made through a single, integrated solution that enables them to focus data from all countries' operations in one place. Thus, the manager gets to know everything online and at any time, making decision making much easier and more assertive.
2. Point management via GPS
Because of the need for flexibility in the most different work models, including the changes proposed in the Labor Reform, companies need to be adapted and supported by technologies that allow, for example, to tap the point remotely and ensure that policies are fully respected . Nowadays, there are HR systems in the market that allow the management of the electronic point by GPS via smartphoness.
3. Robotization and artificial intelligence
The use of robots to automate operational activities is increasingly present in the routine of HR professionals. Having a system that uses artificial intelligence concepts to process payroll, for example, is essential to reduce staff time with manual tasks and free the professionals to perform a more strategic HR.
Therefore, it is not enough to leave aside the process automation in the HR area. If your company wants to have more efficiency and assertiveness in the management of employees, retaining the strategic workforce, it is essential to have the right technology for this.