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Keeping 'Human' in HR in an Increasingly Automated World

Human resources is not immune to the increasing level of automation across different corporate divisions, but real people in the profession shouldn't fear being replaced by robots. So reports BQ.

While more smart businesses are implementing technology in the HR process, "there is a way to use it without it being to the detriment of humans," Paul Sparkes, marketing director at UK-based Cascade HR, writes for BQ.

"It should be utilised to alleviate the time that would otherwise be spent on lengthy, cumbersome and easy-to-automate tasks," Sparkes notes. "For example, it can create reports in the click of a button, so that businesses can better analyse their succession planning potential, learning needs, absence problems or other performance criteria."

HR teams that embrace technology in this way will find they have more time to "concentrate on what really matters--helping employees remain happy in their work and realise their full potential," he writes.

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