Automation and digitalization are long-term evolutionary processes, and now we are witnessing the 4th Industrial Revolution (4IR).
Impact the 4IR on human resources (HR) causes significant effects, such as the transformation of occupations and job profiles, changes to employment forms, and a role for the platform economy, generating challenges for social policy. And it’s characterized by artificial intelligence and robotics, augmented reality, and cloud computing.
For example, in the social fields Uber/Grab and Airbnb, this could be the needs of customers who weren’t traditional taxi and hotel users. They responded to a workforce excluded from or dissatisfied, mainstream employment. And the 4IR brings with it issues of ethics and identity, agency, and trust in addition to technological advances. Moreover, technology has made possible new products and services that have generated significant transformations in personal and professional life, emphasizing the interaction between machines and people.
For HR, it remains with the dual labor system and another form of digital. That is, on the one hand, there is the in-demand, highly skilled, and mobile talent for 4IR and who can reap the benefits of full-time employment and flexible work arrangements; and on the other hand, those with skills that are or potentially redundant that face employment and forms of work. Also, this means two very different profiles of employees. If you want your innovators to be inspiring risk-takers focused on a long-term vision. At the same time, those employees focused on maintaining core current processes must be passionate about efficiency and scalability.HR needs to be leading innovation by example. The pandemic exposed the flaws of old-fashioned paper-based, non-real-time systems. Businesses that adapted quickly under stay-at-home orders were the ones already operating in the cloud.
A cloud-based HR management system like Cadena is a fully integrated platform, and it allows employees to clock in and track attendance remotely. Also, routine processes like leave, overtime, claim requisitions are handled seamlessly every step from approval requests through online. Post-pandemic workforces are likely to be increasingly distributed. And the gig economy is being factored in by progressive companies who wish to retain talent with demands for flexibility. Even when the workforce returns to the office, it is likely a hybrid version of the old workplace. Innovation is a state of mind. A robust organization should hold itself open to and adaptive to change. Actively embracing and engaging with change will be what allows us to pick up the signals of our changing environment.
Employees can access their payroll records through the cloud from anywhere, eliminating the need for paper pay-slips. Not only does this free your office from clutter, but it also reduces your company’s carbon footprint and saves money.
A cloud-based payroll system can automatically keep track of forms and remind employees to fill them out. Missed deadlines and lost paperwork can be reduced. In addition, employees can stay more organized because they have a less physical paper to work with.
SaaS is a flexible way of deploying software and your users are free to choose which device they access software on. Whether on desktop, mobile or tablet; SaaS HR software is accessible wherever, whenever.
From logging expenses on the fly to conducting performance reviews online; your employees can do all of this no matter where they find themselves – all they need is an internet connection.
With cloud-based HRIS, it is easy to integrate self-service for managers and employees. This allows employee information and any other human resources information to be accessed anytime from any device that has internet capability. This allows greater mobility within the company while empowering employees and providing them easy access to their own information.
If all your payroll data is located on-site, it may not be secure from a natural disaster. Stored in the cloud, it can be accessed from anywhere. HR professionals can process payroll even if the office is shut down. Data can also be recovered more easily.
In short, Cadena offers a full suite of cloud-based HR applications. It helps thousands of businesses achieve increased productivity and better employee experience – no matter if they are working from an office, at a restaurant, in a retail shop, at a warehouse facility, or of course, even working from home.
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