Cloud

HR needs to accelerate move to the cloud

In 2020, we saw HR organisations accelerate their adoption of cloud technology – they’re ahead of where they were projected to be, partly as a result of having to adapt to the pandemic.

Top tips for payroll management confidence in 2020

Payroll has come into its own in the past six months. There has never been a greater focus on the importance of having solid payroll than during this pandemic.

Automation and AI's role in HR

Recruitment, onboarding and retention are time-consuming tasks that keep HR busy for little reason when software can execute some of the same actions quicker and more accurately

Keeping HR safe from cyber attacks

HR is particularly vulnerable to cyber attacks because of its access to sensitive personal and organisational data – but it can protect itself

Five top workplace tech trends

We explore the emerging technologies likely to be coming soon to an office near you, and the implications for HR

One in five organisations have no HR automation

Speakers at an HR magazine and Sage People webinar discussed how far HR has come along the automation journey

HR and IT need to transform the workplace together

Digital tools, when used correctly, can empower people to work more effectively. And yet in a lot of cases these digital tools aren’t being used correctly

Scandinavian Airlines strike: What went wrong?

Employers must look at how they communicate with their workforce and establish a platform so that employees can reach their managers and address concerns

HRD's pocket guide to... big data

The HRD’s pocket guide series offers an explanation of areas outside day-to-day HR that business-savvy HRDs need to have a handle on

Leaders have increased confidence in digital skills

While Deloitte research shows that business leaders’ confidence in their own and new hires' digital skills has improved, concerns about keeping pace with new technologies and ethical use of AI persist

Firms failing to train staff on remote working cyber security

?A third (32%) of UK businesses have suffered a data breach due to remote working in the past 12 months, according to research from CybSafe

Should you 'do HR' for robots too?

With intelligent machines predicted to become more prominent in the workplace will they soon fall under HR’s remit?