Did you know?
93% of the employees are ready to take orders from bots, but only 6% of the HR professionals have any known plans to deploy AI in the workplace1.
Instant gratification is the new norm.
In a normal day, you could be ordering food, booking a summer vacation, handling your finances, or just shopping online for the newest fashions from your mobile device. There is no room for downtime, yet so many enterprises struggle to offer a simple, intuitive, and powerful experience to their employees.
Employee engagement is at the core of HR.
Highly engaged businesses see a 10% increase in customer rating2, 20% increase in sales2 and 26% higher annual revenue growth3; yet, the US economy suffers a loss of more than $500 billion per year because of employee disengagement 4. Imagine an employee who just found a great deal for a family vacation. However, they have to run a query through HR to check vacation balance before they can book the trip. By the time they’ve received a confirmation, the deal has expired, and you end with a frustrated and distracted employee. Now imagine the same employee merely sending a text message to a digital assistant that instantly confirms their vacation status, and you’ve got yourself a very different situation!
HR is a business enabler.
Although HR has been traditionally known to process HR transactions, many are now thinking out-of-the-box to deliver solutions that are personal, adaptable, and provide intelligence to employees in new ways. HR has evolved into a powerful business enabler rather than a simple administrative helpdesk.
Take a look at this infographic to learn about technologies that can help you attain a more connected engaged and intelligent enterprise.