Boosting HR productivity in 2021: Moving from reactive to reimagining

As the post Covid-19 outlook remains uncertain, how can HR practitioners reimagine their function to boost productivity? This whitepaper explores how.

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As we inch closer to a post-pandemic world, many business leaders are realising that the ‘return to normal’ really isn’t worth pursuing when we had a such a huge set of systemic problems still to resolve in the pre-Covid workplace.

One of these complex challenges is the workplace productivity puzzle – an issue that HR has a tremendous opportunity to overcome through moving away from being reactive towards reimagining.

Created by HRZone and UKG, this whitepaper explores how HR can rid itself of its unproductive legacy by reimagining its organisation with a culture supported by technology and the rise of clever, workplace tools.

Written by Award-winning HR & Talent Director Barry Flack, the report outlines seven productivity hacks to help reimagine the HR function – from injecting more science into decision making and cleansing unproductive habits through to evolving the HR operating model.

This whitepaper seeks to answer:

  • What do we mean by reimagining HR in today’s workplace?
  • How do we create valuable time to focus on the truly productive?
  • What is the role of technology in this exciting shift?

Download the report today and kick-start your plan to reimagine the workplace.

What you'll learn

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At UKG (Ultimate Kronos Group), our purpose is people, and we believe that organisations succeed when they focus on putting people first. An ethos that has helped UKG to be one of the largest cloud HR companies in the world. Our best-in-class solutions empower HR, managers, and their employees to boost productivity, increase employee engagement, manage global compliance, and meet the challenges of tomorrow.

UKG’s HR Service Delivery platform includes case management, process automation, and employee file management. Our Workforce Management solutions Our Workforce Management solutions assist with scheduling, time recording and forecasting labour requirements and much more. With more than 14,000 employees around the world, UKG’s own workplace culture has been named a best place to work all over the world, including consecutive years on Fortune’s 100 Best Companies to Work For list. To learn more, visit ukg.co.uk 

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