Trends 2010: HRM Processes And Applications
Reconstruct Human Capital Strategies To Get Business Back On Track
December 9, 2009
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After a horrendous 2009, human resources management (HRM) business process and applications professionals will gradually see opportunities emerge to rebuild and reinvent HR processes and analytics using advanced technology. Economic recovery will not happen quickly, nor will it be without challenges. As hiring constraints loosen, applicant volumes will be at all-time highs, and more creative recruiting and onboarding strategies will be needed. Software-as-a-service (SaaS), already widely available in HRM, will be advantageous to organizations looking to achieve rapid results in replacing existing homegrown or legacy HR systems.
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