A ‘Future of Work trends post-COVID-19’ study brought out key elements for leaders to focus on as they rethink organization design in the post-pandemic era. Where are employers today in this journey of organizational redesign? What organizational structures are leaders planning for in times to come? Let’s find out!
With the WFH model, chances of mis-communication between the team and organization could pose a challenge. Hence, the company has introduced a chat bot within the organization to efficiently collaborate and communicate with the team and specifically for new recruits.
IoT, AI, and the mobile phone; the full automation of workplace seating and workforce rostering. Dinesh Malkani, Founder and CEO of global workplace technology brand Smarten Spaces, shares his perspective on how these are working out.
In this exclusive interaction, Shailesh Singla, Country Head & Senior Director, Employee Experience/HCM Business, Oracle shares his views on how the pandemic has pushed the HR function to the forefront and has greatly accelerated the adoption and implementation of automation technologies.
The pandemic has brought companies to a much greater agile application of technologies across every aspect of the business value chain, says Vaibhav Goel, Vice President HR – Digital Transformation at Reliance Industries.
The majority of our processes and document management are now digitized at Roche. Besides, we have successfully introduced chatbots in various areas, says Roelof Kistemaker, Chapter Lead People Insights & Technology, Roche, in an interaction with People Matters.
In this exclusive interaction with People Matters, Angie Freeman, Chief Human Resources Officer at C.H. Robinson shares her views on the impact of COVID-19 on the transportation and logistics industry worldwide and how the pandemic has sparked the adoption of automation on a large scale.
In this exclusive interview with People Matters, Walt Sokoll, Principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP talks about how the COVID-19 pandemic has brought about a massive shift in the way organizations leverage technology and how the HR tech landscape has evolved in these times.
Over the past few months, organizations have focused on workforce planning, job redesign, and performance reward metrics employing data analytics and technology. This shift has created an opportunity for HR to step up and become mission-critical for businesses, says Samir Bedi, EY Asean Workforce Advisory Leader.
Those that had already invested in HR technology to maintain connections between employees and managers through recognition were better prepared to transition to remote work. Everyone else is now playing catch up, says Niamh Graham, Vice President, Global HR, at Workhuman.