To help you through the maze of selecting the right tech, we have put together the glossary to help you get a firm grasp on all the technology terms and definitions that you should know to make sense of what the HR tech community is talking about when they start spouting jargon.
Technology and software jargon can make the job more challenging and confusing while selecting the right tech. In the first part of Tech-Wise: The HR Tech glossary- Part:1, we put together a list of common HR Tech terminologies that one should be aware of while selecting the best HR tech for their business
Here is the second edition of the HR Tech glossary, our attempt to define the most common HR Tech terms in the most plain, and easy-to-understand language. Whether you’re a seasoned HR professional, a brand-new HR specialist, or just researching the human resources industry and looking for the words you need to know, you’ll find them here
A single system that has everything needed to run an HR department integrated with the rest of the business. This may include HRIS, payroll, ATS, benefits management, onboarding, performance management, scheduling, engagement tools, workforce planning, and plenty of other functions.
It is the process of changing from analogue to digital form without any different-in-kind changes to the process itself.
Incorporating digital technologies to change a business model and generate new revenue and value-producing opportunities.
Digital transformation is the process in which companies embed technologies across their businesses to drive fundamental change