Ordering food has come a long way from having to call our nearby restaurant to now selecting from a wide range of menus, cuisines, restaurants all at the best pricing thanks to food apps. And the ones who make it all possible are the on-demand food delivery service providers. One such is of course, DoorDash, probably one of the biggest names around today.
Have you ever thought about what will happen if our smartphones, tablets, and computers acquired the ability to sense our emotions? Imagine a world where machines can identify us, feel our presence, and interact with us the way we interact with each other. A world where machines can judge what we are feeling based on our facial expressions, hand gestures, eye movement, and our voice tone while speaking. All these things will soon be a part of the world we are living in and will be achieved with the help of Blue Eyes technology.
It was 31st December when WHO’s Country Office in the People’s Republic of China got the news from a media statement by Wuhan Municipal Health Commission, of a case of “viral pneumonia” in Wuhan, capital of Central China’s Hubei province. What seemed to be a “viral pneumonia”, after detailed studies were coined as a novel coronavirus, thus marking the inception of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In this day and age, creating a mobile app with a good user experience is no longer optional. If you want your app to succeed and your business to thrive, it’s important to optimize it to near-perfect levels. This will not only determine how many users visit your mobile app but will define their entire customer journey. Given this information, it’s necessary for you to know what trends to watch out for in 2021 so you can invest the proper time and energy into updating your app accordingly.
The year 2019 prepared us for the digital transformation.
We now know how important digital readiness is for the continuation of work and life as we know it.
Businesses realized the significance of the requisite infrastructure that supports remote working without hampering the workflow.
Keeping employees happy and engaged is a challenge that every HR goes through. And for all the right reasons.
Happy employees equate to employee loyalty and productivity.
The more engaged your employees are the better they can contribute to your company’s growth.
Every organization needs an effective Human Resource Management Software (HRMS) to function optimally.
What happens when you don’t have one? Or when you are using software that doesn’t meet the demands of your organization? Higher costs, mismanagement of daily tasks, and struggling HR executives.
What do employees look for the most while hunting for a job? Flexibility!
As per statistics, the US saw a 159% growth in the number of remote workers in the last 12 years. With more employees choosing to go remote, working from home is not a mere incentive but a necessity.
Before ATS and HRIS integration, let’s look at what is what.
While HRIS is targeted towards current employees, ATS is meant for candidates who may become employees. So it might seem obvious that these two systems should exist independently from each other.