In this Q&A, Natalie Ruiz, CEO of AnswerConnect, discusses how great technology and extraordinary communication are crucial for success with remote work. She elaborates on the fundamentals for remote work, she states why staying human and adopting an employee-first mindset is vital.
We read every day that we’re in the fourth wave of Industrial Revolution, and businesses are adapting and changing by the minute to thrive in this new dynamic. Technology has become an essential component of every business, including HR.
The COVID-pandemic has forced businesses to rethink their strategies to adapt to the new norm. We spoke to a fellow of World HR Board, Shreerang Tarte, to get a deeper sense of how organizations are getting impacted. He shared tips on the best way forward and laid out steps that can be taken to ensure your people function is engaged, well-supported, and productive. Shreerang has proven experience in designing Talent Acquisition strategies, establishing industry-university connect programs, designing organization structure, compensation, and employee engagement strategies. An active speaker at various HR forums, Shreerang has also served as the President of South Asian HR Summit.
Just a decade earlier, storing and maintaining data was a nightmare: there weren’t enough processes, inadequate infrastructure, and the lack of technological know-how to create that data into valuable information. However, with rapid technological advancements, we now live in a data rich environment. Around 2.5 quintillion bytes of data is generated and processed every day. Even the AI/ML algorithms have matured slowly to process this data. Therefore, it only seems fitting that data science is a job that has observed a high demand in the market lately.
The ongoing COVID pandemic has resulted in varying impacts for businesses. Among the numerous facets of operations that have been affected, recruitment and hiring is a function greatly impacted. With firms having to reassess their hiring and onboarding, we connected with Shreerang Tarte, HR Specialist at JSM Consulting, to understand how firms are affected, coping mechanisms, and the best way forward.
It is said that workers don’t leave jobs, they leave managers. The best managers have learned not only the “hard” skills that are common in every single workplace (budgeting, analytics, certifications, and licenses), but they also have an often-inherent mastery of “softer” skills. And it’s no secret that the best managers not only develop but keep employees.
Today, we are thrilled to announce our iconic 1-Click integration with leading applicant tracking system, Jobvite. Our customers using both iMocha and Jobvite now no longer have to toggle between the two to send assessment invites or review scores. Everything can be done right from Jobvite’s platform – this means a leaner hiring process, saving time, and eliminating manual processes.
In today’s time recruitment has become more data-driven than ever. While it is an important element, recruiters can end up spending a lot of their time viewing, monitoring, and analyzing data from different channels within a software. To help recruiters get more value from their data and make smarter hiring decisions, we have introduced Recruiter Dashboard. Using the recruiter dashboard, you will be able to get the pulse of all your hiring data at any given moment.
We had the pleasure of speaking with Fiserv’s Dr. Sonal Modi on best practices to implement and champion organization’s upskilling programs in order to thrive in today’s changing work environment. This transcript is a snippet of the conversation and has been edited for clarity. If you’d like to receive the complete recording of the webinar click here.
We are witnessing global crises due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We all are pumped up more than before to stay fit, healthy, and productive by functioning remotely or from home.