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Tech is Disrupting HR But the Human Element Remains Critical

While cloud-based HR tech solutions are fast and easy to implement and give a tremendous boost to execution speeds, strategic leadership cannot be automated.

Technology is disrupting human resources (HR), and, in most cases, for the better. In a recent report on HR technology, Josh Bersin, principal and founder of Bersin by Deloitte, predicts the HR technology industry “is on the precipice of a total reinvention.” The pace of change has been accelerating since 2010, when the market

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