IHRIM Reveals Its Seven Key HR Technology Trends to Watch in 2014

Industry's Thought Leaders Gaze Into their 'HR Tech Crystal Balls' to Provide a Forecast of the Most Significant Trends Impacting HR Technology This Year

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(PRWEB) January 30, 2014

Lynne Mealy, President & CEO of IHRIM (The International Association for Human Resource Information Management), the world's leading clearinghouse for the Human Resource Information Management industry, today revealed IHRIM's seven key HR Technology trends to watch in 2014.

"2013 was a big year for HR technology," said Lynne Mealy, President & CEO of IHRIM. "When you consider such realities as companies still trying to fully understand how to best leverage workforce analytics, the continued use of HR in the cloud, and a growing popularity of Social Media HR practices, 2014 is looking to be a pivotal year in the industry. IHRIM is pleased to share our predictions to help organizations capitalize on trends & market opportunities to better plan for future growth."

IHRIM identified seven key trends to watch in 2014:

  •     Analytics / Metrics
  •     Improved User Interface
  •     Growing Use of Mobile
  •     HR in the Cloud
  •     Integration of Information
  •     Wearable Technology
  •     Social Media HR

To read the full article and learn more about revealed IHRIM's seven key HR Technology trends to watch in 2014, visit bit.ly/IHRIM_7KeyHRTechTrends2014.

About the International Association for Human Resource Information Management (IHRIM)
IHRIM is the world's leading clearinghouse for the HRIM (Human Resource Information Management) industry. Since 1980, IHRIM has been the only membership association for HR technology professionals, advancing the industry by providing unparalleled education and professional development opportunities through its annual conference, educational courses and webinars. IHRIM is a community of experts - a dynamic group of practitioners, vendors, consultants, students, and faculty that continues to grow, not just in numbers, but in its scope of knowledge and information.


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