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The HR workforce is usually buried in transactional work that involves data entry and simple math calculations. This type of work can be done faster, cheaper and more accurately using automation. Intelligent process automation, which includes artificial intelligence and related new technology advances, can help deliver consistent people processes – something that has helped many HR operations teams to track and understand returns more effectively. With this in mind, we took a look at the five largest HR processes professionals are looking to automate.
There's no doubt that a more automated future is coming. Employers predict 17 percent of work will be automated by 2020, compared to about 5 percent in 2014, according to Willis Towers Watson. Automation is also increasingly affecting workforce strategy as it vastly expands the potential of (and expectations for) HR analytics. IA is transforming traditional HR functions such as hiring, training and benefits administration; and the execution of all this change demands a strong HR role.The understanding and use of the power of automation may prove to be the dividing line between those who advance in the field and those who are marginalized and, eventually, automated out of their HR jobs.
As automation increases, HR professionals will need to re-evaluate their organizations' workforces and the mixture of full-time employees, part-time employees, contractors and machines. Recent research suggests that automation has not led to significant reductions in headcount at their organizations, but rather it's being used to expand the ability of existing team members to deliver value. In many cases, it will be a major step forward for HR employees to join or begin the conversation on these workforce-shaping topics, in conjunction with IT, operations and other stakeholders.
Access the Intelligent Automation for HR Current Attendee List for a sneak peak at industry leaders you can connect with onsite. Co-located with the 26th HR Shared Services & Outsourcing Summit, this event is the ideal opportunity to showcase your company to high-level HR executives seeking innovative solutions to optimize their day-to-day tasks. If you'd like a copy of the Current Attendee List sent to your inbox, please contact Kayla.Ambrose@ssonetwork.com
The Intelligent Automation Event Series team is passionate about producing the ideal experience for all of those who attend. When it comes to sponsorship, our representatives are dedicated to creating a package perfectly tailored to your brand, objectives, and ideas. Intelligent Automation for Human Resources provides the perfect opportunity for all HR solution providers looking to specifically target high-level HR executives. Our attendees consistently attend our events searching for innovative technologies and services that will optimize their day-to-day work. Access the Intelligent Automation Event Series Prospectus for:
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This e-book, from IQPC's IA Week Series, explains how integrating Intelligent Automation with Human resources leads to process improvement, cognitive transformation, and business optimization. We discuss everything from elemental RPA to why each company needs to identify as the AI features they encompass. Additionally, peruse the feature on four companies where the integration of robots actually created more employment rather than less. For more information, join us at the Intelligent Automation for Human Resources Summit, running October 24-25th in Orlando, Florida.