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Asset HR Blog Article: isolved (+ Asset HR) is the perfect HCM solution – but don’t just take our word for it

It’s no secret that at Asset HR, we’re big fans of the isolved platform as the go-to enterprise HR backend for our clients – we were, after all, just named the 2021 isolved Advocate of the Year. But we want you to know that it’s not just our team and clients that love the isolved system, it’s also one of the top ranked human capital management systems on the market to support your business. In a recent case study, 3Sixty Insights took a closer look at the dynamic human capital management system known as isolved. At the conclusion of the study, the researchers at 3Sixty offered extremely high praise for the innovative HCM platform. The isolved platform is a true game-changer. It can revolutionize the […]

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Lever Blog Article: 5 Talent Acquisition Trends That Will Define 2022

As each year comes to a close, talent acquisition and recruitment teams worldwide plan their respective strategies for the next 12 months. The top TA teams tackle several critical tasks and address key areas like: Resolving issues with their hiring processes Revisiting language in their job descriptions Reevaluating their talent management Reconsidering what a ‘qualified’ candidate looks like Reassessing where and how they source top talent Continue reading here: 5 Talent Acquisition Trends That Will Define 2022

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Immedis Guest Blog Article | How the CIO Plays a Critical Role in Bringing Order to Global Payroll

It is not a surprise that getting global payroll right is a mission-critical activity. What might surprise you is that a significant share of the responsibility for ensuring that an organization successfully accomplishes this falls on the CIO. Why? Because much of an organization’s enterprise software ecosystem is tightly entwined with the intricacies of processing global payroll, it causes significant stress across enterprise software infrastructure every pay period. Plus, there are considerable data security and compliance risks for organizations to consider- most of which will come under the CIO’s remit.   However, there are other often-overlooked considerations. The impact on an organization and its people can be stressful too. According to The Workforce Institute at UKG, 49 % of employees will tolerate no more than one mistake or problem with their paycheck before looking for a new job—making the decision to upend their own lives and placing the unwanted pressure of creeping attrition on the employer. Their decision likely stems from the fact that, according to a 2020 survey by the […]

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isolved Launches Predictive People Analytics for Companies of All Sizes and Sophistication

MIAMI, Sept. 19, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — isolved Connect — At a time when so many businesses are struggling to find and retain good employees, only 57 percent of human resource (HR) leaders rate their company’s employee experience as “good” according to a survey from isolved, a G2 Leader in Human Resources Management for eight consecutive quarters. One of the most common problems is that employers are often unable to analyze basic workforce metrics, let alone use their HR systems to predict what changes will have the biggest impact on business outcomes. isolved Predictive People Analytics is the incorporation, seamless integration and enhancement of isolved’s recent acquisition of TrenData HR into isolved People Cloud™.  Available now, it delivers a range of configurable dashboards to managers. These dashboards provide analysis and […]

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theHRDIRECTOR – The HDPandemic Fallout and The Future of Work

Even as parts of the world return to a state resembling normal, the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic continues to unfold. Referring to this global event as “unprecedented” has become so commonplace as to be clichéd, and yet, the term hits the nail on the head. The unprecedented nature of this worldwide disaster renders its effects unpredictable, and as we march into the future, those effects continue to develop in ways we could only have guessed. Pandemic lockdowns had an immediate and marked effect on work. Who could or should go to work, where that work took place, how it was done—these work life fundamentals changed overnight for the majority of the population. Had lockdowns lasted only two weeks, as first predicted in those optimistic […]

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benefitsPRO – Getting leaders to think differently about talent

Although history contests the attribution of this quote to Albert Einstein, I think we can all agree there is no doubt in the essence of its truth: “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” Yet even with the lessons learned during the pandemic, many managers are applying the exact same hiring criteria that they did before: What technical skills does the external or internal candidate possess? How many years of experience do they have? Did they graduate from a prestigious university? It’s practically painful to watch the same tired tactics applied, knowing the outcomes will not be better. The pandemic redefined the workforce During the pandemic, over 20 million jobs were eliminated during a two-month period in 2020. […]

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theHRDIRECTOR – We Must Expand our Understanding of what Automation Means

Whether AI will ever get to the point where it wants to, and can, replace us in doing the things we like to do is a question for Elon Musk. In advisedly, we may tackle the topic here at some point. In the meantime, let’s return to relatively straightforward subject matter: predicting the future of work…. A Recap of the Future of Work AI’s future role in decision-making related to the workforce will spur the future demise of the role of traditional manager, a persistent relic of an eventual past when humans made decisions based on their limited, analogue understandings of what works in building teams in the workplace. So too will AI precipitate the death of annual reviews and even the notion that it […]

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