Most companies (67%) don't gather enough meaningful data to understand employee engagement and performance, research by XpertHR has found.
If employers want to encourage more asynchronous work, and allow employees to plan their own hours outside the nine-to-five, HR has to get ahead on digital transformation.
HR should embrace emotion at the core of its D&I strategy and drop a sterile attitude towards data gathering, according to the authors of a new report.
Workers are willing to share personal data to improve diversity and inclusion (D&I) but do not trust their employer enough to do this.
An increase in the number of digital tools used by businesses for people-related tasks is causing discord among employees and putting HR at risk of overload.
Neither employees nor leaders are confident they’re collecting employee data ethically, meaning they could be missing out on substantial revenue growth, according to Accenture