February 23, 2017 / GuidesFor Team
Engagement of employees is a huge factor in the company’s success. Committed, productive workers who stay with the company for the long haul can contribute to achieving its goals. Attrition, on the other hand, leave gaps in the workplace and require additional expenses in hiring and training. According to the Gallup Poll, 32 percent of Americans are engaged in their work. That’s the good news. The downside is, that number has stayed that way for the past 15 years. There’s been no improvement.
This is one reason why HR Managers are increasingly using HR Tech. The software can help track performance evaluation as well as other indicators that attest an employee’s level of engagement. HR Tech is capable of doing this in a way that the traditional HR methods cannot.
But that’s just the tip of the iceberg. There are six other reasons why HR Managers are gravitating toward HR Tech.