Talent scarcity is driving businesses to prioritize upgrading the employee experience in an attempt to improve retention. This is no surprise when you consider that 40% of the US workforce changes jobs annually and 90% of the S&P 100 index are recruiting for the same 39 roles.
Despite massive investment in HR and related technologies in recent years, there is a significant gap between expectations and outcomes. Organizations have been trying to optimize their human resources strategies using technology for some 20 years, but in spite of this, most still haven’t quite figured it out.
This gap typically results from a misalignment between business goals and employee priorities and a failure to make employees feel like they are a priority.
Enhancing the employee experience is a key concern for HR leaders and many organizations are investing significant resources, yet 46% of employees remain largely dissatisfied, according to a recent Gartner survey.
There is also a pronounced mismatch between executives’ and middle managers’ perceptions of the success of HR technology implementations.Continue reading “Do Your HR Tech Solutions Meet Your Workforce’s Needs?”