For the job seeker, the Internet has become the place to go. As a result, the recruiter has followed suit. For many years this was a major function of the HR personnel, but today, online recruitment is taking this responsibility off of their shoulders. These services can find applicants that match a business’ availability better than any manual search could.
One of HR’s core responsibilities is to coordinate internal business issues. Today, there are cutting-edge communication and collaboration tools designed to help HR teams coordinate the vast array of things they need to coordinate.
The security of personal information has always been in the HR purview, but nowadays there are regulations in place (and more on the way) that makes protecting personal information an absolute point of emphasis for businesses. HR professionals can now use technology to control access to personal and company information, securing it and staying compliant.
Policies and procedures are a big part of every business’ culture. In many cases, the way things get done defines the company. Innovative HR technology can ensure that people are up to date with their knowledge of the way administrators want a business to function. By working alongside the IT department, today’s HR department can ensure that a business’ policies and procedures are documented and complied with.
Employee Performance Reviews
HR professionals typically are asked to spearhead the employee performance reviews. In the past it had been difficult to track all the good (and potentially bad) actions of employees, but with technology that’s available to HR representatives today, they can easily make assessments about an individual’s workplace performance to help them determine the future of an employee with their company.
HR is changing and technology is filling in the gaps. Call Aspire today at (469) 7-ASPIRE if you would like to talk about innovating your human resources department.