The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly impacted companies, provided enormous challenges for employees, managers and HR teams alike. Many organisations bought in new tech to support how and where work gets done as people work from home, or in socially distanced environments, as the pressure mounts on HR processes to be fully digital and much more agile.
Fosway research suggests that the vast majority of organisations will be investing more in HR technology and expertise in 2021. At the same time, they are looking to reduce HR spend on external consultants and overall HR headcount. But will 'doing more with less' be sufficient this time around? Or, if your HR technology landscape is still based mainly on spreadsheets, can you afford to keep doing nothing with your HR tech?