This may be familiar to you, as you work to help your organization improve. You’ve identified a problem with your work processes, and determined that implementing a new technology will be the best solution. While researching possible approaches, you become overwhelmed with choices, and the problem compounds into something bigger. Which option is best in the short-term? Long-term? What are the hard costs of adding, replacing or upgrading new technologies? How difficult will it be to get buy-in from colleagues? What are the possible implementation and integration issues? ...and the list goes on.
As an ongoing partner project, Heather Huhman, HR tech writer and President of Come Recommended, along with Recruiter.com and Waggl, have created a quick four-question Waggl pulse to listen to your concerns. Calling all HR Professionals and Thought Leaders - We want to hear from you.
What is your biggest HR Tech Challenge? Share your thoughts here.
Join the conversation today. It just takes 2 minutes. Thank you for contributing your voice to this important topic in the HR community. Stay tuned for results and future conversations.
About Heather R. Huhman, Come Recommended:
Heather is a career expert, experienced hiring manager, and founder & president of Come Recommended, a content marketing and digital PR consultancy for job search and HR tech companies. She is also the author of Lies, Damned Lies & Internships: The Truth About Getting from Classroom to Cubicle (2011), #ENTRYLEVELtweet: Taking Your Career from Classroom to Cubicle (2010), and writes career and recruiting advice for numerous outlets.
Recruiter.com draws its mission from its name: to recruit actually means to inspire someone to join a cause. Recruiter.com's purpose is more than just connecting job seekers, recruiters and employers. The company is passionate about inspiring people to better themselves, to grab opportunities, and to believe in themselves. Simply put, Recruiter.com exists to open doors for people.
Waggl is the most human way for organizations to crowdsource feedback. It is a real-time listening platform that surfaces and distills actionable feedback in real time. Named after the dance that bees do in a hive to transmit important information very quickly, Waggl lives at the intersection of two organizational realities: Companies want an engaged workforce and employees want to know that their opinions count. Waggl goes beyond the traditional survey by offering an extremely easy way to listen to many voices at once within an organization for the purpose of making it better. By creating a transparent, authentic two-way dialogue, Waggl gives people a voice, distills insights, and unites organizations through purpose.