How HR and Technology Will Continue to Shake Up the Post-Pandemic Workforce
As businesses plan for what's next, marrying HR and technology can help employers better prioritize employee well-being, facilitate communication and more.
The intense disruption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic caused a tectonic shift in the way many business owners saw technology. Technology went from the thing they knew they should be using, to the thing they needed to survive.
As businesses plan for what’s next and reevaluate what work may look like in the following months and years, marrying HR and technology can help employers better prioritize employee well-being, facilitate communication, make more informed business decisions and support the increasingly important “whole person” experience, making a strong case for the value of technology.
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