Major changes in the regulatory universe are underway. Uncertainty is the norm as the landscape of human resource management regulation and compliance evolves with the times. From immigration to wage and hour to the future of health care, change isn’t coming. It’s here.

 Human Resources: Data & Reporting Strategies For a Positive Workplace Culture

HR departments today have access to more information than ever before, but having the data isn’t enough. Technology alone isn’t going to solve all your issues. Many organizations are drowning in a sea of unorganized information, unable to leverage its full potential.

If you can’t manipulate that data in real time, you will find it difficult—if not impossible—to comply with increasingly complex and changing workplace regulations. Even worse, you might not be able to serve your employees effectively.

Large or small, if manual processes bog down your HR department, you can’t access or analyze your own data. If you can’t use your planning tools, then you can’t sit at the table when corporate policies are set that affect the employee experience.

Accurate and immediate access to “people data” help organizations move closer to a “data-driven HR function.” Read this paper by BNA Bloomberg to learn how to better navigate a new world of regulatory uncertainty — AND free up more time for strategic advocacy on behalf of your workforce.