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Software has long been an important part of business. Almost every sort of business uses some kind of software in the modern day. It helps with a variety of different things from speeding up processes, reducing the amount of work that needs to be done and saving money. It is readily available from many providers and companies big and small can afford or benefit from using it. With the rapid advancement of technology, there are constantly new uses or benefits of this technology and software, as well.

If they get popular enough, they can even become trends. All business areas experience some technological or software-based trends every now and then. That is especially true in human resources (also known as HR). HR has long been about the people, but as technology continues to advance, software will go through more trends and have more importance in the space than ever before.

Without any further ado, let’s take a look at some of the major trends in HR technology software.

Using Technology to Aid in Hiring


While technology software in HR does many things, these are usually to cut down on the time and work required for mundane tasks. Technology, such as automation, is used to complete many tasks like organizing, filing, managing various files or information, which can normally be quite tedious for a person to do.

However, one area that we are beginning to see a trend develop is in using technology to aid in hiring. HR professionals are using a range of applicant tracking and management systems. These systems can help organize applicants, categorize them, record and hold information and a variety of other things. These can also help companies save money when it comes to their hiring efforts. If you want to learn how Applicant Tracking Systems work, be sure to check out this link.

A Switch to More Cloud-Based Solutions


One large trend that we are seeing not only in regards to HR software but all business software in general is using the cloud. Traditional systems relied on local storage and holding information/data in large physical centers. However, not only can these sometimes be large, but operating them can be expensive.

Instead, using the cloud has many advantages. It is cost-effective, incredibly secure and takes up no physical space at all. Many cloud solutions are very simple to use and offer great support, as well. The cloud is also great for dealing with a remote workforce. There are no guarantees that all of your employees or workers will reside in the same place. Using a cloud-based solution will ensure that they can always reach important information when they need it.

The Growing Importance of Employee Engagement

There was once a time where people were just happy to have a job, but that has changed for many people. People now want a solid work-life balance, to feel valued and want to be engaged at their job. If they don’t feel that, many will quit and go elsewhere. As a result, employee engagement efforts are incredibly important.

Technology can help measure, record and analyze the thoughts and feelings of employees on a range of different things. It can help discover how many people are motivated, which benefits they find most valuable, and dozens of other things. Companies can then use this data derived from the HR software to make better choices to boost retention and engagement.

In conclusion, these trends in HR technology could shape the industry for years to come.

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