The HR in the digital age plays a crucial part in the development of an organization. Whether you outsource to a PEO & ASO or work internally, changes brought about by technology surely affects this department.Changes brought about by technology surely affects this department. To address this, the HR should be able to align its strategies and activities so as not to be left out.
With the rise of new technologies comes the responsibility of using these effectively in a workplace. The HR should be able to maximize their work because more things now are going digital. The HR in the digital age should be able to prepare for the changes starting off with themselves. HR should now improve their skills as processes become more complex.
With over 7 million internet users worldwide, the internet really proves that it does a lot of work. The HR in the digital age, in the aspect of hiring and recruitment, proves right to that. Both employers and employees now use job-searching communities and business-social networking sites. Also, the HR uses social networking apps to look for the best talents as Instagram or Pinterest could be used as portfolios.
Some HR now implements video calls as technology improves. Both sides only need an internet connection and a laptop or computer, with a camera and microphone.This is not only a cost-saver but it also allows on-screen interaction at any time.
More than these three developments, HR in the digital age has shown changes as it keeps up with time and technology. The HR really has transformed into something that keeps the internal business alive.
At the 10th Philippine HR Summit, learn more on the HR’s transformation as Mr. Jose Victor Emmanuel A. De Dios, CEO of GE Philippines shares valuable information on HR Forecasting and Planning in the Digital Age.
The 10th Philippine HR Summit is happening on August 3-4 at Crowne Plaza Galleria.
For more information, visit http://bit.ly/PowermaxHR10