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From what was once a strictly administrative function, human resource outsourcing (HRO) today is fast moving into strategic service delivery. HRO is constantly evolving ...
in a bid to adapt to the changing dynamics in the workplace. So, what are the trends that have gripped the HRO industry? Explore the answers in this tweet chat session with our HRO trendspotting expert.
Talent can now scout for opportunities using digital platforms. They can also effortlessly connect with people who can provide first-hand information and experiences of...
organizations. However, organizations have been slow to adapt to this trend and are paying the price for their inability to attract top talent. This paper details the new talent phenomenon and its impact. It also discusses how organizations can win the ‘war for talent.’
The rise of a new generation, abundant supply of talent, and dynamic technologies continue to influence the evolution of the human resources (HR) function in an enterprise. Integrated talent, performance management, learning and advanced analytics ...
multiply the usage of self-services and decision-making opportunities for line managers. Therefore, there is a pressing need for the HR function to create a nimble and dynamic operating model to keep pace with people and technology.
Talent acquisition is evolving and is increasingly under the scanner for the costs involved, ROI, and business impact. Therefore, hiring right at lower costs – in a market where the war for talent is on – calls for new strategies. Read this paper...
to understand the evolving nature of talent acquisition and the emergence of recruitment process outsourcing (RPO).
New developments in technology (SaaS and upgrades to HRMS, business process optimization, secure connectivity and collaboration), workplace design (work from home, work on the move, and virtual project teams) and compensation...
(reward for creation, and influence on output as opposed to input) have opened up avenues and altered existing characteristics of Shared Service Centers (SSCs). The past few decades have seen HR services move from a local experience to an organized structure based on the Ulrich Model. The next phase in technology evolution should enable stronger social bonds and better collaboration between company employees while providing a global, personalized and cost-effective customer experience.
Europe is an emerging market for Business Process Outsourcing (BPO), says Michel de Zeeuw, Vice President and Executive Client Partner and Member of Infosys BPM Executive Committee. He believes that companies in Europe...
must outsource their business processes to become more scalable and competitive. According to him, Royal Philips has set a trend by signing a seven-year agreement with Infosys BPM to provide Finance and Accounting, and Procurement services to more than 400 Philips organizations globally.