The technologies They have come to stay, they do not leave anyone indifferent. Let's see how they develop in the world of HR.

At present, it is estimated that the human resources department invests an average of 6 hours a week to prepare files, payrolls, contracts and manage vacation periods and absences. A great investment of time, that if it were not for his great ally, technology, would be increased.

Let us not forget that these technologies are only complementary to the human factor, since in the area of ​​HR, people are the most important. The digital transformation seeks standardize and automate the processes of attraction and selection of talent, as support to human personnel. These digital processes require large initial investments that, in the medium and long term, will allow companies save time, work and reduce costs.

The use of these new technologies improves productivity by 8%On the other hand, a study conducted by Sage Business states that, in 2018, the bureaucracy caused Spanish SMEs to suffer losses valued at 20,000 million euros. A waste of effort and time, which is being remedied through Biga Data, artificial intelligence or gamification.

Big Data in HR

In the world of HR you need a structural change, on a different scale, to improve long-term productivity. The use of Big data or gamification It allows companies to improve performance and achieve greater focus on the business. Some studies state that 25% of company processes will be carried out through gamification in the future.

Today, only 5% of work in Spain is automated and almost 50% of organizations have digitalization of HR systems in their strategy. Investing in digital processes is a good way to streamline, favor and simplify bureaucratic and mechanical procedures.

Only organizations that assume the digital age as a natural change will benefit from the new business paradigm and boost their maximum efficiency.

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