first_imgHR will not escape the growing reliance on technology as companies seek tocut costs and make employment policies available directly to employees. According to Watson Wyatt, a global HR consultancy, the top trends in eHRshould be 1. Enhanced workplace portals and intranets 2. Increased access to more workforce segments 3. Greater reliance on ROI (return on investment) tools 4. Growing focus on optimising current HR systems 5. Increased use of virtual workplaces 6. Decision support tools 7. Business continuance planning 8. Increased standardisation of XML (extensible mark-up language) dataschemes and structure 9. Attention to small cost-saving measures that add up 10. Demand for better integration and collaboration between vendors www.watsonwyatt.com Previous Article Next Article Comments are closed. e-HROn 1 Mar 2002 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos.last_img

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