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 Zalaris: Cloud Payroll: Revolutionising business efficiency and flexibility

In the realm of business, a transformative force has emerged, shattering the constraints of traditional payroll management. Cloud payroll, as it is known, holds the key to streamlining operations, boosting productivity, and unlocking new horizons for businesses worldwide.

2. Written by Lace Partners: Why employee happiness may be the answer to productivity challenges

In our latest blog we speak with Dr Tracy Brower. Sociologist, author and VP of Workplace Insights at Steelcase. Dr Brower talks with Lace Partners’ Chris Howard and Chris Horton about the complexities surrounding the concepts of productivity and happiness at work. Big subjects. One half hour podcast.

3. Written by Phase 3: What to avoid when choosing your next HR system

Selecting the right Human Resources (HR) system for your business is a critical decision that can impact your organisation’s efficiency, compliance, and employee satisfaction. It is the backbone of your business, and eventually, it may end up becoming obsolete for your company – whether through business growth, the ever-changing business landscape or just an accumulation of smaller issues.

4. Written by Chris Harley: Best practices for building an inclusive and safe workplace

Women, people of colour, and members of the LGBT community are becoming more visible in the UK workforce. However, representation that reflects the UK’s population still hasn’t been achieved for many businesses, especially when looking at more senior positions.

5. Written by HRTech247: The transformative future of work: A glimpse into 2030

The world of work has been constantly evolving, adapting to technological advancements, societal shifts, and economic forces. As we approach 2030, the future of work promises to be remarkably different from what we know today. The convergence of technology, changing demographics, and a growing emphasis on sustainability and well-being is reshaping the global workforce. In this article, we will explore some key trends and changes that are likely to define the world of work by 2030.

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