In 2017, Human Resources departments will be increasingly tasked with managing the 21st Century Workforce. The right HR technology will play an integral part in that process. Let’s take a quick look at the conditions and technological solutions that will help HR professionals navigate the evolving world of HR next year and beyond.
Today’s HR professionals have turned to building an employer brand, highlighting the fundamentals of their workplace. The best way your team can recruit in this environment is using smart applicant tracking systems (ATS) that allow you to make the best hiring decision and automatically take candidates from hire to onboarding.
With the election of Donald Trump, employers will likely face a higher burden to verify the citizenship of their employees. In an August 2016 speech, President-elect Donald Trump indicated that he planned to work with Congress to strengthen and expand the use of the E-Verify system across the country. In advance of any federal mandates, states like Tennessee are implementing statewide E-Verify mandates for applicable employers in both federal and private sectors.
Workplace Analytics experts have indicated that up to 25% of US workers telecommute at least part time, and this trend is expected to increase throughout 2017. This growing trend has created increased challenges for HR managers when it comes to tracking telecommuting hours and monitoring remote employees. Web-based punch clocks with geofencing capabilities have emerged as the best solution to meeting these new demands. Utilizing web-based punch clocks allows companies to accurately capture all time, regardless of the employees’ location. The added security of geofencing gives management the ability to ensure employees are clocking in from approved areas such as remote offices or home addresses.
Effective business leaders rely on their Human Resources team to provide key intelligence to keep their organizations on track and make decisions. A true technology partner gives your HR team quick, easy access to vital metrics and reporting such as turnover, benefit spend, wages, headcount, and customized reports.
The face of the 21st Century workforce is becoming increasingly diverse. To engage current and future workers, HR professionals need a benefits administration system that is both easy to use and integrated seamlessly with their payroll and time and attendance system.
From applicant tracking to Benefits administration, the Netchex system combines all the technological solutions your HR department needs to stay competitive in 2017 and beyond, in one complete, single-source solution.