Sharlyn Lauby, founder of HR Bartender
The events of 2020 exerted profound shifts in the way we think about work, including the technology we use to get our jobs done. But even as we enter the spring of 2021, a surprising number of organizations lag behind in their prioritization of automated workplace tech.
Meanwhile, remote or hybrid working arrangements pose challenges of their own. For example, in a recent OnePoll survey of American office workers, obtaining timely approvals from managers was cited as the second-biggest challenge for employees working from home.
How can you help ensure your organization is doing everything it can to position itself for success in a time of digital transformation?
In this episode of HR Break Room®, HR Bartender founder Sharlyn Lauby joins host Caleb Masters to discuss:
Learn more about how to reduce employee frustrations with their workplace technology by checking out our toolkit, The Frustrations Today's Office Workers Have With Workplace Technology.
Justin Cameron, Paycom manager of background check product
The ability to make informed hiring decisions is a crucial part of an effective talent acquisition process because it affects nearly every part of an organization. However, many businesses often overlook the importance of background checks or don’t have the right HR tech to provide necessary information about candidates to help mitigate risks associated with hiring.
Protecting the safety and the culture of an organization begins with the selection process and helps ensure you hire the best individuals to move your company forward.
What should you look for in a background checks software to find and hire top talent?
Join us for episode 93 of HR Break Room® as we discuss:
Learn how to exercise due diligence with Paycom’s Enhanced Background Checks by reading our case study, How One Software Transformed Background Checks for a Government Contractor.