Discover the advantages from an HR Manager perspective

/Discover the advantages from an HR Manager perspective
Discover the advantages from an HR Manager perspective 2018-07-09T09:51:14+02:00

Personnel management puts every single process in confrontation with the most exceptional and difficult variable of all: people. Motivation, productivity and employer loyalty are three cases that are always open on an HR manager’s desk.

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It’s not just a question of digitalizing the expense report or making pay slips available for download on the company website. Digital resources can truly free up an HR manager’s time and make his/her activities more effective. HR managers in medium-to-large companies mainly invest in the digitalization of human resource performance assessments, training, research activities and personnel selection (Source: Osservatorio HR Innovation Practice of the School of Management of the Politecnico di Milano)

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Gamification applied to e-learning, video coaching and role-playing allows for a continuous assessment of employee aptitudes. Nowadays, the possibility to seamlessly measure the response parameters of the team has become essential to productivity.

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Through gamification, you can offer people enjoyable challenges, establish awards (points or badges) and display results with public leaderboards. The principle of social recognition and – if properly promoted – of stimulus/reinforcement in gamification foster a spirit of competition and collaboration. 44% of companies state that gamification stimulates employee engagement and motivation. (source: Hr Trends and Salary Report 2017, Randstad Professionals)

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Yes, gamification leads to a 100/150% increase in employee engagement, offering a training experience that is both fun and autonomous (source: webanywhere)

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Studies carried out over the last 40 years have shown that money-related stimuli and incentives only work in repetitive and menial jobs [Ted Talk – Dan Pink https://youtu.be/rrkrvAUbU9Y ]. However, in companies the figures that we often incentivize with money have complex and multi-faceted roles where almost nothing is repetitive. So, we have to seek out alternative strategies. Incidentally, contrary to what you might think, employees increasingly consider recognition and virtual prizes more important than material recompense, even when of significant value. (source: www.maketheirday.com)

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Managing people in a fast-moving world is critical, and it makes each and every action difficult.

This is especially true when you’re concentrating on a wide variety of activities like managing relations with unions, payroll, and relationships with strategic partners, all of which lead to less time at your disposal to look after the company’s human capital.

So, it’s no wonder that you need to find a solution. Perhaps that solution is digital, and it definitely needs to be able to free up time and simplify human resource management so the quality of your work can be improved.

Let’s start off with a few problems you know all too well:

  • It’s hard to find the time to promote and enhance the talents of your company;
  • It’s difficult to keep morale and employee motivation high;
  • Training is difficult to carry out in terms of time and manner, and a great deal of the development part is lost;
  • The support you provide is underappreciated in different departments which don’t grasp the importance of the proposed actions;
  • It is difficult to link company outcomes with group or individual contributions;
  • Economic benefits are the only things left standing in a company, despite the fact that there are many more things that could be done.

These are just some of the situations that happen on a day-to-day basis in a company. We know these situations well, because we’ve had firsthand experience with them.

Here are the cases where gamification can solve your problems:

  • it involves all collaborators, creating connections among the variety of functions and hierarchical levels;
  • it selects new resources, optimizing all available information;
  • it inspires change through a simple and rapid logic, meaning everyone can appreciate all the activities;
  • it proposes constructive and flexible training, bringing true value within the company;
  • it increases the flexibility of actions, generating quick, unprecedented changes thanks to actual data;
  • it invests each individual with the responsibility for a group vision, where objectives and outcomes are clear at every step.

HR managers who have visited this page have selected these issues:

It’s not just a question of digitalizing the expense report or making pay slips available for download on the company website. Digital resources can truly free up an HR manager’s time and make his/her activities more effective. HR managers in medium-to-large companies mainly invest in the digitalization of human resource performance assessments, training, research activities and personnel selection (Source: Osservatorio HR Innovation Practice of the School of Management of the Politecnico di Milano)

Get Your E-Book

Gamification applied to e-learning, video coaching and role-playing allows for a continuous assessment of employee aptitudes. Nowadays, the possibility to seamlessly measure the response parameters of the team has become essential to productivity.

Get Your E-Book

Through gamification, you can offer people enjoyable challenges, establish awards (points or badges) and display results with public leaderboards. The principle of social recognition and – if properly promoted – of stimulus/reinforcement in gamification foster a spirit of competition and collaboration. 44% of companies state that gamification stimulates employee engagement and motivation. (source: Hr Trends and Salary Report 2017, Randstad Professionals)

Get Your E-Book

Yes, gamification leads to a 100/150% increase in employee engagement, offering a training experience that is both fun and autonomous (source: webanywhere)

Get Your E-Book

Studies carried out over the last 40 years have shown that money-related stimuli and incentives only work in repetitive and menial jobs [Ted Talk – Dan Pink https://youtu.be/rrkrvAUbU9Y ]. However, in companies the figures that we often incentivize with money have complex and multi-faceted roles where almost nothing is repetitive. So, we have to seek out alternative strategies. Incidentally, contrary to what you might think, employees increasingly consider recognition and virtual prizes more important than material recompense, even when of significant value. (source: www.maketheirday.com)

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