What are HR’s top technology priorities for the year ahead?
After a year of addressing the skills gap, quiet quitting and the spread of hybrid work models, HR leaders need to remain focused on HR technology trends and employee demands in the coming year. After all,innovation and the demand for new policies and solutions never stops, even as HR professionals and the IT teams that support them continue to address the challenges around talent acquisition and retention, employee experience, DEI and the ethical use of AI-powered tools, among other issues.
HR Executive asked HR tech analysts and industry observers for their take on what will be the top HR technology priorities for 2023.
1. Career Support
2. People Analytics
4. User Experience:
. a. Manager Experience
. b. Recruiter Experience
. c. Employer Experience
. d. Candidate Experience
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