Date and Time: Wednesday, September 25, 2019 12:00 pm ET
Matthew Jackson, VP Proposition & Client Solutions, Thomsons
Thomsons Online Benefits’ latest research revealed that there is a big disconnect between the way HR professionals view their use of technology and the reality.
Whilst organizations recognize that technology has transformed the HR and employee benefits landscape—enabling and empowering professionals working in this sphere to play strategic, global role within their organizations, more needs to be done. Current HR technology is not meeting HR professionals’ needs. To meet their top objective of ‘creating a globally consistent employee experience’, more organizations are prioritising investment in reward and benefits technology, as well as the tools and skills to collect and analyse employee data.
Join the webinar to hear from Matthew Jackson, VP Proposition & Client Solutions as he discusses:
- The HR strategy shift: 1/3 of HR professionals class themselves as tech innovators, with an increased focus on the employee experience.
- HR tech needs to catch up: 68% say that the biggest barrier to more tech investment is that the tools on the market today are not fit for purpose.
- Data and analytics: Over the next three years, nearly every organization will collect vast amounts of employee data and are focusing on building out people analytics teams, transforming the HR and benefits function and those who work in it.