Technology Will Rule HR in 2014: Top 5 Trends

Every industry has been looking out for the NEW Trends and Technologies that can give it a boost and help add value to the business. HR is no exception!

So here we are with latest industry trends that will Rule 2014. These trends include:


Talent & Analytics :

HR-centric analytics are gaining a boom and will become highly important in 2014. For effective talent acquisition, HR managers are going to use the intelligent analytics to assess and evaluate prospective candidates.

C-Suite Checking In :

With more facilitative HR technology, now the C-suite is accessible! Not only the HRs but workforce is also involved with the members of C-suite to find out the solutions to complex challenges and re-evaluate strategies.

Stay Connected With Mobile HR :

Mobile compatible HR Apps have made it rather easier for the workforce and HR deptt. to have a better communication. The employees can now perform their HR-related functions from anywhere and at anytime. These include maintaining attendance sheets, applying for leave and even checking payroll details.

Result-oriented Investment:

With rising competition and availability of ample HR software, organizations conduct complete analysis of any new technology and assess the ROI. Thus, only those technologies will win that offer genuine and user-friendly features.


Many HR software have such a user-friendly GUI and look more like networking site for internal workforce. Here, important notification related to any new event in the office will be sent to every employee and employees can manage their individual accounts with their individual log in ids and password.

These technology-driven HR trends are most likely to grab the centre-stage in 2014 and coming years.


2 thoughts on “Technology Will Rule HR in 2014: Top 5 Trends

  1. I’m not sure where you’re getting your info, but great topic.
    I needs to spend some time learning more or understanding more.
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