How digital technology can improve the Employee Experience

Predicts 2020: HCM Technology Transformation - Gartner Research.

The words “Employee Experience” have become one of the hottest buzzword in HR.

According to Gartner, “Employee Experience (EX) is gaining significant momentum with CEOs, business and HR leaders, who have seen the applicability of effective customer experience principles to employees”.

The challenge is to use digital technologies to put the employee at the heart of digital transformation and promote an “employee experience”, that is as enjoyable and efficient as what they experience in their private lives on a daily basis or as a customer.

Learn more about Gartner's recommendations on trends and technologies to support transformation of Human Capital Management.

Gartner Inc., Predicts 2020: HCM Technology Transformation, Ron Hanscome, Jeff Freyermuth, Helen Poitevin, Sam Grinter, John Kostoulas, Amanda Grainger, 27 November 2019

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