The digitization of Human Resources (HR) and data analysis has led to a major change and transformation process in the HR sector in recent years. During this time, many HR professionals have started to digitize their HR processes by developing digitization strategies. We see that this process benefits both businesses and employees. In this article, we aim to guide HR digitization and data analysis by synthesizing the views of HR professionals worldwide.
The Benefits of HR Digitization for Businesses
HR professionals worldwide offer different views and strategies on HR digitization and data analysis. By synthesizing these views, we can provide a wider perspective on HR digitization and data analysis.
In anonymous interviews conducted on HR digitization and data analysis, many HR professionals believe that digitization provides more efficient HR processes. By digitizing HR processes, businesses can provide faster, more accurate, and more efficient HR management. Additionally, through data analysis, businesses can make better decisions by analyzing employee data.
However, some HR professionals also point out the challenges that come with HR digitization and data analysis. Particularly, challenges can arise in collecting, analyzing, and interpreting data accurately. Additionally, the decisions made based on the results of data analysis must be implemented correctly. Also, the field of HR has also been subject to criticism from time to time due to the fact that in its natural process, decisions and analyzes about human beings will be inadequate based on data alone.
Besides the views of HR professionals on HR digitization and data analysis are quite diverse worldwide, many agree on that digitization benefits HR processes. Therefore, it is important for HR professionals to increase their knowledge and skills on digitization to make HR processes more efficient for businesses.
The Benefits of HR Digitization for Employees
Variables such as the increasing number of employees, fringe benefits, wage policies, different legal sanctions of countries with the globalization of companies have given increasing importance to the correct interpretation of these data with HR data. Companies that focus on long-term benefits by establishing a sustainable and effective communication with their employees have started to make more research and investments in HR analytics. The importance of HR analytics for employees is the analysis of data with an objective evaluation. In this way, business life continues to remain in a rational structure despite qualitative elements such as people, family and career. This situation can create a sense of trust similar to insurance for employees, and employees can have a more productive working life thanks to their recorded information.
To put it briefly, HR digitization and data analysis enable HR processes to operate more efficiently, accurately, and quickly for both businesses and employees.