Though challenges undoubtedly remain with COVID, the world does seem to be settling back down to a new normal in terms of people going back to offices at least some of the time and normal economic activity resuming. And it seems that key to that normalisation is a fresh wave of HR automation help. Continue reading Has HR automation come of age, just in time for a post-COVID world?
A new report finds that employees feel they’re wasting work time on non-automated tasks. And even though we really are living in 2021, it’s actually a rather shocking amount of time: 4 hours, 59 minutes each and every week. Continue reading Winning Back The Five Work Hours You Lose Every Week
Evidence is building that both the business and the wider economic case for HR automation is now becoming just too compelling to ignore. Continue reading Is the HR automation juggernaut now unstoppable?
Is automation self-obviously a good thing… or does all our talk of efficiency mask a much more brutal capitalist truth: that robots really are for replacing humans? Continue reading Unless we start being honest and ethical about workplace automation, we’ll face a massive blow-back
It won’t be new news to anyone talking to HR leaders trying to orchestrate successful returns to a safe workplace by a hopefully fully-vaccinated workforce as UK lockdown eases, but remote work has HR departments completely reconsidering how workers interact with their organisations. Continue reading We’re going back to the office: but fears that computers are waiting there to take our jobs are rising
As we enter the second year of the global pandemic, now seems to be a good time to ask: How is the market doing when it comes to automating key HR processes and therefore increasing efficiency? Continue reading Has COVID taken us that much closer to HR automation acceptance?
EASY Software’s Tony Cheung does some crystal ball gazing for the main content services issues we’re likely to see in the market Continue reading After a troubled year, what lies in store for the DM community in 2021?
Just two years ago, a mere 5 percent of the UK workforce considered their home to be their main place of work. Today, as we battle COVID, around 20 million of us are working from home Continue reading Are your important business documents trapped in the office?
We’ve published a very wide range of Content and Document Management think-pieces this year on thedmcollaborators, as well as some great case studies and round-ups of the best of US and UK press coverage of important developments and reporting in the field of HR automation. Continue reading Thanks for reading us this year. Here are some of our favourite pieces!
Well known HR journalist Siân Harrington, editorial director and co-founder of The People Space and its newly launched Tech Space channel, recently sat down with EASY’s Michael Reiserer, managing director of content and experience management in Germany Continue reading Digitalization of HR: what’s the real picture in the context of COVID?