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Technology experts make predictions for 2008

Companies will focus on upgrading and integrating their human resources technology in 2008 in an effort to improve administration and better engage employees, according to experts at Watson Wyatt Worldwide, a leading global consulting firm. Among likely trends are the increased adoption of advanced Web solutions, such as wikis, blogs, and social networking, and a focus on making HR technology easier for employees to use.

“Managing a workforce is increasingly complex, and employers are searching for the right solutions to help them address this challenge,” says Richard Hubbard, director of Watson Wyatt’s North American technology and administration solutions practice. “Technology will continue to help companies manage the most intricate HR tasks, including some, such as talent management, that were once done more by intuition than by data analysis. Employers’ biggest challenge is staying on top of the trends and investing in areas where they will get the most for their money.”

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Source: Watson Wyatt Worldwide