Data Driven HR for the every Business is possible
With more and more employees working remotely due to the pandemic, companies are investing in tools to help them monitor and asses the productivity and engagement of their employees.
HR departments need to find ways to make sure employees are productive while maintaining a healthy work environment.
Fact: 16% of companies are now using technology that can help them facilitate internal communications and enable employees to virtually clock in and out.
Long gone are the days of the traditional employee engagement survey, wherein HR would manually distribute surveys and try to deduct information from the results. Tools that allow real-time feedback are essential for understanding how employees are adapting to and coping with the rapid changes brought on during the pandemic, and the isolation of working remotely.
HR professionals are using tools to measure not only employee productivity but also well-being. All this data feeds into the decision-making process around improving workplace conditions (Be it remote or in the office) and making smarter hiring decisions.
Although employee surveys are powerful tools, data-driven insights are coming from more non-traditional monitoring techniques too. In 2018, Gartner found that more than 50% of large corporations surveyed were using non-traditional techniques to monitor employees.
COVID-19 has forced HR departments to rely even more heavily on data-driven insights to guide their decisions. In 2021, one of the driving HR technology trends will likely involve HR leaders combining multiple monitoring tools to gather data and turn it into actionable insights.
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