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No longer is it an era where employers have multiple expectation from their employees, while the employees stay dependent. The tables have turned, employee expectations have increased than ever before. Utilising technology like cloud based hris for instance, to enable this has become a must-have. Every day new HR technology is launched to create an efficient work environment that would assist in attracting and retaining top talent within the organisation. This means the everyday work needs to be given a thought. The organisation needs to sit back and reimagine and redesign work, in a way that the HR technology will influence how one works in real time through better visibility across the organisation. This not only includes the elimination of manual work and repetitive tasks but also aims at enhancing collaboration across teams within the organisation.

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We are living in an era where people do innovations constantly and willing to change their lifestyle for better sustainable living. In HR service sector also rapidly changing because of the innovations done by HR innovator in the industry. New HR technologies come up with new HR solutions for traditional HR problems like recruitment, retention and satisfaction. Companies need to identify emerging HR trends in 2020 to easily navigate your business.  Today’s business is more focusing on people and most of the companies trying to add more meaning to their internal processes and systems to provide better HR services for their employees. Majority of the modern workforce is filled with millennials and Gen Z and both of that generations are more tech-savvy. Due to that that companies need to cater better HR services to keep them with their companies. Here are some few HR trends which can be useful for organisations.

 

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In the process of digital transformation, putting your people at the core of your business is not just a positional conversation . According to IDC, by 2021 at least 60% of G2000 organisations will monitor and manage employee experience (EX) and will use it as a key differentiator to create and maintain B2B and B2C relationships. By 2025, the employee ecosystem will be a key determinant of business success.