Complete Guide to Training & Development

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Complete Guide to Training & Development

Training and development is an essential function of most organization nowadays. Strategically investing in employees'  training and development, nurturing their talents, and building their skill sets helps organizations achieve their desired results, enhances their culture, and assists leaders in better managing talent. Most organizations can't compete effectively without providing training and development.

Properly managing and administering staff training is important. The following guide provides guidance on several areas of training and development, including:
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Trends in HR Technology

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Trends in HR Technology

Storing, securing, and using confidential information is an important task in HR, and technology can be a useful tool in maintaining this information and using it to aid decision-making. This article will cover different types of HR technologies, tips in choosing an HR technology, and trends with HR technologies.

Types of HR Technology

A Human Resources Information System (HRIS) is a database that allows employers to track and report various employee-related information. Employers can usually customize the system to their organizational needs, identify and add specific modules, and activate features associated with each module.
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Implementing HR Technology: Is Everyone Really Doing It?

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Implementing HR Technology: Is Everyone Really Doing It?

As is the case in every aspect of our lives, technology plays a major, ever evolving role in the world of HR.

Whether it’s figuring out how to leverage “big data” to improve your workforce planning or simply master the latest mobile application for job postings, keeping up with the latest and greatest HR technologies is an ongoing challenge. Even if you are a computer whiz, not only does every new high-tech system and process have a learning curve, but depending on you’re the demographics and culture of your organization, the next big thing, may not always be the right thing.

To illustrate this point, we take a look at how Northeast Ohio organizations are integrating, planning to integrate, or not integrating some of the better established HR technologies into their workplace practices from recruitment to retention.
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