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  • MoneyShot Global Hire to Retire BPT 2021 2022 600x400 - HR Outsourcing Service Providers Rising to Meet New Demands for Digital Transformation

    HR Outsourcing Service Providers Rising to Meet New Demands for Digital Transformation

    The HR function is evolving to meet the challenges of the labor market, which is increasingly being disrupted by labor shortages, pressure on wages, and the changing expectation of employees working from home. To address these challenges, enterprises are increasingly relying on service providers for flexible HR operations and digital transformation. This has led to a seven percent growth in HR outsourcing adoption between June 2020 and June 2021. Additionally, platform adoption continues to be at the core of HR transformation as enterprises extend their HCM systems or implement new ones. These trends, and others, are covered in our new Global Hire-to-Retire Business Process Transformation 2021-22 RadarView™.

    December, 2021

  • PrimaryImage Global Hire to Retire BPT 2021 2022 - Global Hire-to-Retire Business Process Transformation 2021-2022 RadarView™

    Global Hire-to-Retire Business Process Transformation 2021-2022 RadarView™

    The Global Hire-to-Retire Business Process Transformation 2021-22 RadarView™ assists organizations in identifying strategic partners for digital HR transformation by featuring detailed capability and experience analyses of leading service providers. It provides a 360-degree view of key HR service providers across practice maturity, domain ecosystem, and investments and innovations, thus helping enterprises in evaluating leading players in the HR space. The 70-page report also highlights top market trends in the HR outsourcing arena and Avasant’s viewpoint on them.

    December, 2021

  • opportunity 3185099  48062 600x400 - Beefed-Up HCM Systems Helping Companies Address HR Talent Gap

    Beefed-Up HCM Systems Helping Companies Address HR Talent Gap

    Business leaders recognize that success depends on recruiting and retaining the best people. But, this puts increasing pressure on HR personnel, who are already stretched with the day-to-day demands of routine HR processes and compliance activities. One solution is cloud-based and AI-enabled HCM systems to help improve the efficiency and effectiveness of HR personnel. This Research Byte summarizes the full report, HCM Adoption Trends and Customer Experience.

    November, 2021

  • opportunity 3185099  48062 600x400 - HCM Adoption Trends and Customer Experience 2021

    HCM Adoption Trends and Customer Experience 2021

    Human capital management (HCM) systems are becoming increasingly essential as business leaders recognize that success depends on recruiting and retaining the best people. But while the adoption rate for HCM systems is high, there are challenges in deploying them. This report quantifies the current adoption and investment trends for HCM technology as well as the benefits driving companies to expand their HCM implementations. We assess these trends by organization size, sector, and geography as well as the ROI and TCO experiences of adopters. We conclude with practical advice for planning new investments in HCM systems.

    November, 2021

  • IT Staffing - Workers Move Across Industries  (June 2002)

    Workers Move Across Industries (June 2002)

    A February 2002 survey of 600 workers by TrueCareers found that 65% of respondents have either changed industries or are looking to do so because of perceived job shortages in their current or previous industry.

    September, 2002

  • IT Spending Benchmarks - Migration Patterns of Doctorate Recipients

    Migration Patterns of Doctorate Recipients

    The migration patterns of the computer science doctorate may provide insight for IT recruiters.

    September, 2002

  • IT Staffing - After the Gold Rush:  A Look at IT Recruitment, 2002 (March 2002)

    After the Gold Rush: A Look at IT Recruitment, 2002 (March 2002)

    It is an understatement to say that the market for IT professionals is different today than it was a year ago. The two greatest catalysts for change were the implosion of the technology sector's financial bubble in February/March of 2001 and the terrorist attacks of September 11.

    September, 2002

  • Technology Trends - Online Human Resources Survey: The Fortune 50

    Online Human Resources Survey: The Fortune 50

    Computer Economics surveyed Fortune 50 companies to determine how and to what extent these companies conduct human resources (HR) activities from their core, corporate website. As we expected, nearly all of these Fortune 50 corporate websites are being used to help the companies recruit new employees.

    August, 2002

  • Technology Trends - E-Commerce and ERP Software Acquisition Plans for 2002 (August 2002)

    E-Commerce and ERP Software Acquisition Plans for 2002 (August 2002)

    Most sectors continue to invest in e-commerce software, while the acquisition of ERP software seems to have slowed according to the 13th annual Information Systems and E-Business Spending study conducted by Computer Economics.

    August, 2002

  • IT Staffing - 2002 IS Staffing Trends in Manufacturing (July 2002)

    2002 IS Staffing Trends in Manufacturing (July 2002)

    As in most sectors, there has been a shift in the IS staffing mix in manufacturing firms compared to the prior three-year period according to the 13th annual Information Systems and E-Business Spending study conducted by Computer Economics.

    July, 2002

  • IT Staffing - E-Commerce Staff Increasing (June 2002)

    E-Commerce Staff Increasing (June 2002)

    E-Commerce staff as a percentage of IS staff is increasing in most sectors compared to the prior three-year period.

    June, 2002