- Published on 2 Nov 2016
- HR Pulse
The great shift of HR applications into the cloud continues, as CHROs pursue cost savings, seek greater IT self-sufficiency, and set their sights on innovation and mobility. Change at this scale requires a strategic vision and executive alignment at a tactical level, as critical systems are targeted for migration and old ways of working are disrupted.
- Published on 31 Aug 2016
- HR Pulse News Desk
In the modern enterprise, mobile technology and powerful business productivity tools are more essential than ever. Yet many workers say their mobile devices are still too small to support everything they want to do. That’s where the Samsung Galaxy Note7 comes in.
- Published on 25 Aug 2015
- HR Pulse
The latest data and analytics buzz comes from the field of advanced HR analytics, where the application of new thinking to talent management is becoming more mainstream. After years of HR being regarded as a ‘hiring and firing function’, big business is now talking about the opportunity to apply big data to people decisions, and companies are stepping up and making the investment.
- Published on 30 Mar 2015
- Steven Cohen
If you choose a credible cloud software provider, it will host your accounting or payroll applications and data in a secure data centre underpinned by world-class technology. This will free you from doing backups, buying and installing new versions of the software, and fencing your data behind high security software.
- Published on 3 Oct 2014
- Tim Barry
In the last few years, more and more companies in Europe and the US have implemented HR technology to assist them to hire staff directly rather than using recruitment agencies. The trend towards in-house recruitment is slowly but surely spreading to South Africa but the adoption of HR technology is not moving at the same rate.