Aleya Begum Lønsetteig is content marketing manager at CatalystOne. Her background is in journalism, business, and marketing across different sectors, with a focus on SaaS organisations more recently. She is passionate about communication and helping companies develop marketing strategies through continuous learning.
The Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) represents a historic shift in how businesses approach and report their sustainability efforts in Europe and beyond. But what demands does this place on HR, and how can the digitalisation of HR support CSRD?
Image: Recover's Head of IT Operations, Arne Riis, and Senior HR Business Partner Jannicke Martens share key learnings from their digitilisation journey As digitalisation and integrations become more and more critical in businesses, the pressure on HR to follow suite is picking up pace. As your organisation grows (and the data fields with it) – manual data management tools like Excel quickly become tedious, time consuming, error-prone, and inefficient. But the move to more sophisticated systems, such as an HCM system, can seem like a big jump and feel overwhelming. So, what can you do?
In today's rapidly changing world, businesses are under more scrutiny than ever before. It's not just about the bottom line anymore; companies are increasingly being judged on their environmental and social impact. In response to this shift, the European Union (EU) has introduced the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD), a game-changer that will transform how businesses report their sustainability efforts. But what does this mean for Human Resources (HR) professionals? Let's break it down in plain language.
The HR department has gone through some major changes in recent years. It's no longer just about doing payroll and managing benefits. Modern HR departments now play a key role in shaping a company's overall business strategy. In this blog post, we'll dive into the evolving responsibilities of HR and how digitalisation can support these new functions.
It’s that time of year again, when as a manager you need to make some tough decisions about your team's compensation. This year, those decisions are likely to be even more difficult than usual since the cost of living has increased significantly for most. But HR tech can help.