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Digital Transformation in HR: Why It Is Important ?

By Melissa Norman

 

To meet the evolving demands of doing business, organisations today are leveraging  technology more than ever. The workplace has become a digital one.

HR digital revolution is  here and moving rapidly, from everyday work processes to recruitment, onboarding, and talent  retention. 

HR digitalisation will transform our work, creating a workforce approach that goes beyond  automation.

In addition to business agility, it should also include a more comprehensive use of  services, as well as upskilling and reskilling of the workforce. 

In addition to shaping a company’s culture, HR digitalisation will also be a factor in attracting  and retaining talent.

Employees nowadays seek purpose in what they do at work, and  meaningful work becomes a key determinant in talent acquisition and retention. 

Further, many employees today believe that working for a digitally-enabled company that  integrates culture, engagement, and technology seamlessly is important. By enhancing  efficiency and innovation, an organisation will be able to break down communication barriers  and transform the employee experience. 

Nevertheless, the changing workforce landscape should also be considered – a lot of  organisations nowadays have as many as five different generations coexisting at the same time.

This can slow down the adoption of new technology by increasing the complexity of HR. 

As a result, HR should continue to find new ways to achieve business results with greater  simplicity and in a more appealing way for everyone, regardless of their generation.

In an era  where so many HR management systems and new technologies are being introduced, it’s  important to find one that fits the needs and structure of your workforce. 

The need to future-proof your workforce is another huge factor that contributes to the need for  HR digital revolution. To achieve this, companies must embrace disruption, leverage information  technology such as social media and communication tools and find ways to increase  productivity and encourage collaboration across teams and departments without compromising  quality. 

HR has already undergone significant changes over the past few years.

To reap the benefits of  the digital revolution, HR must lead transformations and engage employees. There will be more  big changes in the future. – BACALAHMALAYSIA.MY

 

  • Writer is Founder and Managing Director, Aisling Group. 

BacalahMalaysia Team

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