September 20, 2021
September 24, 2021
Together with Pipefy’s Strategic Account Executive Nick Rivera and Head of Customer Success Stanley Quan, Corey led a session on the power of automation in enabling HR professionals to take a more strategic role in the organization.
Wish you had caught this session live? We’ve got you covered. Here are the top takeaways from “Leveraging Automation to Bring the Humanity Back to HR”:
Effective HR is critical to even the smallest business’s success, but this function is chronically under-resourced. In fact, 40% of small and mid-sized business owners are responsible for all HR functions.
As a result, HR professionals are forced to balance competing priorities in a number of different areas, including:
HR maintains vital functions that support the entire organization’s success. From recruiting and staffing to compliance to benefits and performance management, its responsibilities are varied and far-reaching.
But the processes and systems HR teams juggle in order to operate are most often cumbersome. Many teams still rely on spreadsheets to track hiring progress, send a series of ad-hoc emails to onboard new hires, and lack any centralized tool for employee feedback.
Not automating HR workflows can negatively impact the department, employees, and organization as a whole. From a time perspective, HR professionals who don’t automate processes lose an average of 14 hours per week.
Beyond hours lost, a lack of automation also leads to:
While it may seem counterintuitive, increasing automation has a direct correlation with HR’s ability to focus more on the human side of HR.
By streamlining tedious tasks, HR can now reinvest time back into more strategic, interpersonal activities, including: