Human Resource Management is an important factor in increasing the overall productivity of an organization. A company's success solely depends on its employee's productivity. The employees are hired through the constant effort of HR in the right direction.
If an employee is delivering the right amount of productivity, the chances are high that the company will get a high turnover and achieve more profits. For the better working of the business and its growth, it is crucial for HR to maintain the proper functioning of the management systems in the organization.
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In today's competitive job market, companies are constantly searching for ways to streamline their hiring process and find the best candidates for open positions. One approach that has gained popularity in recent years is predictive hiring, which uses data and machine learning algorithms in a HR software to predict the likelihood of a candidate's success in a particular role. In this blog, we'll take a closer look at what predictive hiring is, its benefits and limitations, and how it is shaping the future of talent acquisition.
What is Predictive Hiring?
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Caroline San Kyi is a Business Development Director at Pucca Jewellery shop and SB Furniture. As a millennial, she saw many flaws and inconveniences in the manual HR processes and she wanted to switch to a digital HR system. So, she started looking for a Human Resource Management Software (HRMs).
While she was searching, one of her friends recommended Better HR cloud HRMS. So, she decided to start using it.
Caroline is managing 2 Pucca Jewellery shops and 1 SB Furniture shop with over 70 employees running day-to-day operations. In this article, she will share her 2 years experience of
Yathar is one of the top food service companies in Myanmar and they have been using Better HR since 2019. Khin Myint Myint Khine, the HR manager of Yathar, shares her experiences about using Better HR.
Before using Better HR, Yathar was using an HR software from Japan and one of the biggest problems with it was the holiday calendar. The Japanese HR software uses the Japanese holiday calendar and is not customizable. Khin Myint said "I had to put all of holidays and off-days manually. It was very frustrating.". So she started looking for a local HR software to help with these problems.
Swe Zin Aung San is an HR Manager from Rabbiz Co.,Ltd, the parent company of CarsDB. As one of the largest online car classifieds site in Myanmar, CarsDB has been using Better HR for over a year now. As the company grows, the management team wanted to know the HR data up-to-date. So Swe Zin started searching an HR softwares, and she found Better HR on Facebook.
She said "I was searching for HR softwares on Facebook and I was really interested in Better HR. Coincidentally, the founder also knows Better HR and recommends I use it. So I decided to start using it."
CarsDB is now using
Much research about the employee experience journey shows the behavior flows and mental status of the workforce. Monitoring and tracking the employee behavior is must and complicated to any company. Predicting and planning for such things will help to manage the diversity, equal opportunity, unnecessary conflicts, accidents in production and so forth. Tracking employees' behavior will help to prevent sudden strikes and help to continue the production processes. Managing the entire workforce for medium and large companies can become complicated, unless you don't have Better HR Software.