So, this company, they’re doing some pretty cool stuff with human resources, man. They just dropped this report called “It’s All HR’s Fault,” and it’s got some real eye-opening insights, you know? It’s shining a light on the challenges that HR professionals are dealing with as things are changing fast in the industry.
According to their study, a big chunk of HR folks are hating on the manual HR processes they have to deal with. Like, 27% of them are straight up not feeling it. And then you’ve got another 18% saying they don’t feel respected, and 5% saying they need better HR tech.
Now, check this out, the Head of Content over there, Paul Bauer, he’s saying that HR has a bit of an image problem. People are seeing them as these bureaucratic types, always making the tough calls. But he’s saying that’s not the whole story. HR is trying to make the workplace better for everyone, but they’re getting some pushback.
So, how can they deal with all this? Automation, man. They gotta start by figuring out which HR processes are just a drag, and then get some automation tools to streamline everything. That could be stuff like applicant tracking systems, HRIS, or automation for employee self-service.
Then, they gotta train their people on how to use this new tech, and make sure everyone sees the benefits of it. And they can’t just set it and forget it, man. They gotta keep an eye on how it’s working and keep improving it based on feedback and changing needs.
And in the end, if they can pull this off, they’re gonna make things a whole lot better for HR pros and everyone else in the company. It’s a big opportunity for them to shift their focus and really make a difference.