Video: Digital Wishlist: HR's expectation of future technology


Digital Wishlist: HR's expectation of future technology

A panel of HR professionals deliberates on their expectations from technology and their digital wishlist

The foray of technology in Human Resources has revolutionized the function and has increased its relevance as an essential business component. Technology has been an able enabler of the Human Resource function; however, there is still so much that technology can bring to HR.

A panel of HR professionals including Anuranjita Kumar, Citi South Asia, Johann Vaucanson, Edenred India, Rajesh Ranjan, Everest Group, Saurabh Nigam, Snapdeal moderated by Varadarajan S, Air Vistara deliberates on its digital wishlist, and talks about its expectations of technology and how it can transform HR further. The panel talks about the prospects of technology in talent acquisition and talent management, how existing technology can be a lever to multiple HR verticals, and what are the new technologies they want as HR.

Topics: TechHR 2015, HR Technology

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