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HR Technology Trends to Monitor in 2022

No matter the company’s size, its day-to-day needs can feel overwhelming for HR leaders, especially when faced with issues like team vacations and evolving role duties—or new responsibilities due to COVID-19. On top of that, many HR departments are small—they may even operate as a department of one—and have been stretched to the brink during the pandemic.

Fortunately, HR technology can help address today’s challenges by easing burdens on HR professionals, enhancing the overall employee experience, improving workflows and assisting organizations in responding to change. HR technology can seem intimidating at first; however, much of what employers use today is user-friendly. When planning how to create efficiencies in 2022 and beyond, employers can consider how current HR technology trends might create an opportunity for their workplace.

2022 Tech Trends

Looking ahead to 2022, here are some ways that employers are integrating tech into HR processes or building upon their existing practices:
  • HR Automation
  • Onboarding and Offboarding
  • Employee Self-service Portals
  • Benefits Administration
  • Cloud-based Workplace Management
  • Learning and Development
  • Recruitment
Download the HR Edge Q4 2021 Newsletter to dive deeper into ways that employers are integrating tech into HR, and also understand why employees stay or leave and the importance of mental health in the workplace.

For more human resources trends, industry insights and proactive strategies to maintain a competitive edge in today’s workplace, contact HANYS Benefit Services by email or by calling 518.431.7735.

This is not intended to be exhaustive nor should any discussion or opinions be construed as professional advice. © 2021 Zywave, Inc. All rights reserved.

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