Every organisation has different types of individuals, but out of those the bosses come in different flavors. Of course you have your typical manager that enjoys bossing you around and then you have your leaders the kind that works with you and directs you to grow with every experience. If you have been working for a while now surely you have met your fair share of bosses. And if you are still new to the professional world, well, there’s a long line of bosses just waiting to meet you. Some of them you will love, some would be more of an acquired taste and some you’d simply hate. If you are still not sure of what these different flavor might be, well they are typically your leaders and managers. And no, they are not the same and yes, they have a whole lot of differences between them. Here’s a comparison of Leaders vs. Managers.
All organisations say “We want the benefits of the public cloud – more technology – but with more control and less risk” This is what customers seem to be saying increasingly and it is the main reason as to why organisations are exploring the features of having a private cloud. According to research, it has been predicted that the expenditure on private clouds will increase from 5% to 25% by 2018. In addition, private clouds are now considered the feature that will have the fastest expenditure within the next three years.
Big Data is simply a collection of data from digital and traditional sources, inside and outside an organisation that is used as a source for ongoing discover and analysis. Big data is transforming at a rapid rate and it is not surprising that the collected is now being used for hiring purposes. According to various research specialists, an increasing number of organisations are combining big data with recruitment and creating what is called “Workforce Science”
The headlines of the year 2014 mainly showcased global economic growth and a greater level of employee engagement. With the start of the New Year, it is time to once again, predict the next big thing in HR for 2015. The fired up topic in HR is the emphasis on new technology and innovations that will drive HR forward in the coming year. From benefits technology to leveraging big data to better understanding your employees, 2015 will be more sophisticated with its new technology and methods for HR.
After a thorough analysis of the trends this year, HR Technology has welcomed a new hot trend; usage of small applications that are simple and employee or business-oriented. There are many applications that are used in HR, which gives ease to the workflow. However, these applications are emphasised on being simple instead of powerful.