Dynamic reporting maximizes HR’s potential
RPA has many benefits for HR, but the most powerful one is helping people, and the department as a whole, do their job better. One important way is through reporting.For example, companies can use automation to create personalized retention and development plans for every person working at the company, letting managers know what they are doing well and suggesting lists of actions to make employees more “sticky.” Companies can then tailor and individualize their approach and investment by person.
A bot can also be programmed to gather valuable information and intel. Perhaps getting some additional context about a company while talking to a client would be useful — earnings reports, revenues, latest news items, etc. Or in a meeting, knowing a little more about the other attendees might help enhance the conversation. RPA is a digital assistant that only launches when you need it.
Finally, RPA can help HR departments provide boards with up-to-the-minute insight into what is going on in the organization by removing all latency from reporting. With the world moving so quickly these days, circumstances can change dramatically even quarter to quarter. Automation allows for reporting on anything at any moment, helping boards react in real-time to shifting events.
The world is increasingly becoming more automated, and HR must, and should, join the trend. RPA makes the most mundane work more efficient and accurate while freeing up to an hour each day that HR can use to build the companies of the future: the ones that can best adapt, grow and attract and retain good talent.
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