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How HR Technology Will Be Used For Recruiting And Work-Life Balance

Human resources departments are scurrying around determining which new technologies to use in 2015. New ideas in their field are sure to emerge in the new year. One thing is for certain, HR technology will play an ever increasingly important role in obtaining new employees.
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Millennials: A Wired Generation Ready For Work
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Millennials are the generation basically defined as being born between the years of 1981 and 1996. They are the largest generation in the history of the world, and they are coming of age to start joining the workforce. Businesses are reacting to this change in the workforce by using new technologies to reach the millennials.
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Changes in demographics like this have meant that businesses have to adapt or fail. There are no other options available to them. Embracing new technologies used for recruiting has proved more fruitful than ignoring them. Job.com agrees with this sentiment and says,
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"Millennials aren’t selfish – they’re a generation of native technologists who inherently possess certain skill sets that previous generations must learn and integrate. Not investing in these technologies not only inhibits your workforce, it is a disservice to your customers and a threat to your company’s long-term success."
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There Is No Reason To Not Adapt To New Technology
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Many business owners complain that they are "unable" to adapt to the ever-changing technology landscape. This is a pretty unreasonable excuse to use as a crutch. An unwillingness to learn about new technologies leaves any business in the past. It is often adapt and thrive or fail to do so and collapse. It is vital to keep this in mind and at least attempt to learn new technologies and skills.
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Bringing Life And Work Into Balance
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Millennials (and many others) are looking to strike a nice balance in their work and life. They want to balance time appropriately in order to enjoy both. While many think that the current generation is just lazy, this is far from true. Millennials are often fine with putting in hours of hard work as long as they are able to balance that with a fun work environment.
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Bringing a more relaxed atmosphere to the office can pay dividends with the millennial crowd.
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Contact us for more information about how HR technologies will adapt to meet the demands of a new generation.

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