Article: Immersive employee engagement in the era of transformation

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Immersive employee engagement in the era of transformation

Employee engagement is bound to be subjected to new performance management paradigms, new approaches to learning, new ways to reduce favoritism, and new methods to recruit and train people.
Immersive employee engagement in the era of transformation
It is given that 2018 will be a year of increasingly transformative and disruptive technology advancements. An expected outcome out of this is that HR professionals would be required to lookout for up-to-date trends and adapt them quickly to keep their organizations at the forefront of innovation and stay relevant in an increasingly volatile market. In my opinion, employee engagement is bound to be subjected to new performance management paradigms, new approaches to learning, new ways to reduce favoritism, and new methods to recruit and train people. I keep reading about various technology trends such as people analytics, the role of AI and data in recruitment, wellness apps, and modern corporate learning tools among others that will enable organizations to cater to their workforce with all the attention they deserve, especially during the time of transformation.  There are plenty of wise words on the subject matter of transformation and adaptability on the Internet. My personal...

Topics: Change Management, Engagement During Change, Employee Engagement

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