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Getting staff on board with new HR technology



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Nearly 30% of organisations are planning to adopt a new HRMS in the near future. Are you one of them?

According to a recent study, 60% of these organisations also plan to provide employees with mobile access via smartphone.

These changes can be expensive – albeit necessary – and require a certain amount of planning to find a system and service provider which fits your organisation’s business objectives.

For HR professionals, this not only means working alongside IT to lead the changes and communicate them well, but also to push past any initial resistance from your workforce – especially considering many employees and leaders alike feel they lack the understanding and skills required to handle new technology adoptions.

At HR Tech Interactive 2014, senior HR and IT professionals will share their experiences and case studies around the importance of making sure the ROI of these training programmes is effective, and is being monitored to measure the success rate of the investment.

If new technology adoption and cost-effectiveness is a growing concern for you, then register now to secure your place at this hugely popular annual conference.

HR Tech Interactive 2014 will be held at the Pan Pacific Hotel in Singapore on November 21st. 

Please click here to request the conference agenda. The growing list of confirmed speakers can also be viewed here.

If you have any enquiries, please contact Carlo Reston at +65 6423 0329 or carlor@humanresourcesonline.net

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Leverage on technology to improve your HR operations and process at HR Tech Interactive. Happening in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur in August.
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