Human Resources (HR) professionals have one of the most challenging corporate jobs. In the war for talent, the challenge intensifies to attract, empower and retain talented workforce of tomorrow.
Not only does HR serve an ever more demanding internal customer – employees, it must also anticipate the needs of an ever-changing external customer as well – job candidates or tomorrow’s workforce.
Human resources professionals must lead the change in their organizations to provide the flexibility and competitiveness necessary to attract, empower and retain a high-quality workforce. In a recently published ‘Connected World Technology Report’, Cisco highlighted a number of factors driving changes in the way human resources professionals are approaching the workforce of tomorrow.
Key findings from the report are:
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Experts at Converged Technology Group, an award-winning Managed Services Partner (MSP) say, “The key is to leverage productivity-boosting solutions, like communication and collaboration technologies, that will help HR professionals as they attract, empower and retain top talent within their organizations.”
Here are three areas where advanced communication and collaboration technologies can help human resources professionals meet the expectations of tomorrow’s workforce:
“Tomorrow’s workforce will be more flexible and collaborative than ever before. By providing both job-seekers and current employees with the technologies that make them most effective, human resources professionals can attract, develop and retain top talent for their organizations,” says Leo E. Galletta, President and CEO, Converged Technology Group.
“These tools include, but are not limited to, video conferencing technologies for candidate interviews and team meetings and BYOD technologies for an increasingly mobile workforce.”
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