Your Employee Experience Roundup: Virtual Assistants, The Rise of Gen Z Workers, and Automation for HR


Every month, we provide a roundup of the top news stories and emerging trends related to the employee experience, digital transformation, and the future of work. (If If you missed it, read the Top 10 Employee Experience Strategy Trends in December now.) This month’s topics include virtual assistants, the impact of introducing Gen Z employees into the workplace, and more. #1: Finding new, better ways to help employees connect via digital internal communications. .

The Future of E-commerce Lies in Talent Development and Smart Data

Rallyware for Human Resources

The e-commerce market in the United States is expected to hit more than $485 billion in 2021. Data powered by AI will empower talent development and training. Take as examples, data architects, UX designers or IOS developers. Companies will need to ensure that there are opportunities for their employees to build a quorum of different skill sets which won’t necessarily be linked to their job titles. However, companies shouldn’t forget that data by itself is useless.

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Gen Z: Agents of Change

Vibe HCM

Gen Z is an even larger age cohort than Gen Y, with over 60 million people; this group is expected to comprise over 20% of the workforce by 2021. In order to attract Gen Z employees, it is crucial to leverage technology intelligently right from the beginning of the recruitment process.

22 Facts On The Future Of Work In The Digital Economy


Here is the fourth of these: Employee engagement and purpose. Only 13% of employees worldwide are engaged, meaning that the other 87% are not involved in, enthusiastic about, or committed to their work and company.

Appreciating Good Work

HRO Today

The APAC region is beginning to realise the value of employee recognition programmes. Mehrmann makes a point to send personalised, handwritten thank you notes to employees who do good work. They were well received; employees even laminated them.

5 Ways HR Leaders and CEOs Can Make the Most of AI


The significant increase of automation and artificial intelligence (AI) in the workplace is having a dramatic impact on the way we work, the job market, and employee expectations. In 2021, Gartner predicts AI will also generate $2.9 With AI, HR departments can home in on qualified candidates faster, using data analytics to match employees with organizations based on company needs and employee expectations.

Is the CIO the New Change Agent for the Digital Enterprise


How Does the CIO Make Life Better for Employees? As Kristin Moyer, distinguished VP analyst at Gartner, explains, CIOs will be as responsible for culture by 2021. This will help employees to positively embracing ongoing digital transformations. Use your data.

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Whitebox AI + 5 More HR Trends for 2020


The playbook includes strong efforts to replicate the personalization , user experience and engagement power of market disruptors like Amazon and Netflix. Expectations for HCM software have moved definitively from digital record-keeping to collaboration and engagement. The CRM technology that revolutionized recruitment marketing is being applied by the laggards, while early CRM adopters are pushing engagement and influence into talent management. Get Out in Front for 2021.

Customer Service Trends To Watch In 2019


From the highest rungs of the corporate ladder, the way a company thinks about how they treat their customers impacts not only their bottom line and revenues, but also their employees, engagement, and how long they’ll stick around. Data is a big part of personalization efforts.

2018 – The Year When AI Will Humanize the Workplace

Oracle HCM - Modern HR in the Cloud

On the other hand, employees are pushing for even simpler, more engaging, and human-like experience from their enterprise applications. Employee Experience Becomes More Human, Aided by Rapid Adoption of Adaptive Technology Tools.

5 Facts That Nobody Told You About Human Resource Management Software


The need of the hour is to reignite productivity and engagement in employees. According to Gallup, 67% employees worldwide are “not engaged” with their work. What can be done to boost employee engagement by HR personnel, whose responsibility it is to take care of the same? Some of these include recent trends such as Continuous Performance Management, Employee Engagement, Better and Smarter Learning, etc.

G2 Crowd Announces 2018 Top 20 Corporate LMS Solutions

Rallyware for Human Resources

The American Society for Training and Development found that companies that offer comprehensive training have 218% higher income per employee and a 24% higher profit margin than those who pay less attention to training. billion by 2021.

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Our take on the EEOC


We also believe in authentically supporting employees to improve their overall well-being and engagement. This 30 percent limit was the EEOC’s way of allowing employers to use incentives to encourage employees to participate in the program. 2019 or effective before 2021.