isolved surveyed 500 human resources managers, directors, vice presidents and officers to identify the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats within their organizations – representing 15 industries.
The “Transforming Employee Experience” report provides insights into your peers’ tech investments, top recruiting and retention priorities, and thoughts on culture, employee experience and the future of work. Key highlights include:
HR Gets Its Share of Tech Budget
The majority of HR leaders’ budgets are increasing this year, with technology getting most of the spend – see where these investments are being made within the report.
Employee Experience Becomes a Business Imperative
Ninety-two percent of HR leaders said that employee experience is a top priority for them in 2021 – see why within the report.
Data Concerns with Current HCM Tech
There’s no more valuable data than people data and concern for it being leaked is the top reason why HR leaders are considering switching solutions.
Remote Work Giveth and Taketh Away
One of the top opportunities for HR in 2021 is that the remote-work environment opens up the ability to recruit from anywhere. However, HR leaders across all seniority levels and company sizes are concerned with the negative impact remote work has on culture, hiring and retention.
“If you had a window into 500 other HR departments, would you take a look? The ‘Transforming Employee Experience’ report is jam-packed with insights into what our peers are planning and prioritizing. It’s super comprehensive and, if you’re like me, you’ll highlight, earmark and discuss the findings as a way to validate your thinking, view a challenge in a new light or voice the opportunities internally but in a data backed way. I sincerely hope you find this report as useful as I do.”
~ Amy Mosher, Chief People Officer at isolved