This is HRTch247’s monthly round-up. Take a look at some of the industry insights that were shared on our platform over the last month. We have hand-picked some of the highlights. For a full look at what is going on explore the blog and seminar room.

Top Posts For This Month

1. Written by Ceridian: Will 2024 be the year of innovative talent acquisition strategies?

What does a futurist foresee for talent acquisition professionals in 2024? Learn the talent acquisition strategies you will need in the coming year to stay ahead.

2. Written by HRTech247:

Revolutionising HR: The impact of AI and Machine Learning on Processes and Employee Engagement

In the ever-evolving landscape of Human Resources (HR), leaders are embracing the transformative power of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) to enhance efficiency, decision-making, and most importantly, employee engagement. As organisations recognise the need to adapt to the digital era, leveraging these technologies has become paramount for HR professionals striving to create a thriving workplace. This blog explores the multifaceted ways in which AI and ML are reshaping HR processes and fostering employee engagement.

3. Written by UKG:
Aligning HR and Operations to create a seamless employee experience

Organisations need to prioritise employee experience, invest in HR technology, and bridge the gap between operations and HR to avoid the “Great Resignation 2.0”. In today’s competitive labour market, employees have more options and are more likely to leave organisations that do not prioritise their needs. Next-generation People Operations solutions that integrate HR and operations can provide a seamless experience for employees, leading to improved communication, collaboration, and efficiency. By aligning HR and operations and creating a positive workplace culture, organisations can enhance their Employer Value Proposition (EVP) and retain and engage top talent for long-term success.

4. Written by Zalaris: How to avoid 5 most common HR software implementation mistakes

The survival of the fittest has always been the way forward, and now with competition knowing no boundaries, and the business battlefield going global, time is of the essence, Human Resources (HR) departments are under constant pressure to adapt and evolve.

5. Written by HRTech247: Women in the Workplace: Breaking Barriers and Shaping the Future in 2024

In the dynamic landscape of 2024, women are asserting their presence in the workplace like never before, reshaping industries, and challenging traditional norms. From boardrooms to laboratories, women are making significant strides, overcoming obstacles, and driving innovation. Let’s delve into the current state of women in the workplace, exploring key trends, challenges, and opportunities shaping their journey.