Innovations are Coming to the Human Resource

  • John Mathis

The Journal of Private Equity

 Fall 2018,

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10.3905/jpe.2018.21.4.014

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The Journal of Private Equity Vol 21 Issue 4

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Abstract

Harbor View Advisors recently hosted a roundtable event focused on the trends in Human Capital Management Technology. Participants represented a cross-section of industries and roles including Human Resource (HR) Directors, Talent Acquisition Managers, and Chief People Officers. The participant companies represented sectors that account for roughly 50% of U.S. private employment, including Healthcare, Transportation, Finance, E-Commerce, and Utilities. Opportunities for technology-enabled service in HR are expanding, and investments in the industry are paving the way for future innovations in talent acquisition, employee engagement, and leadership development. Breakthrough technologies, like AI, are growing support in the industry and HR executives are excited to experiment. There is a vision for HR where successful innovations are combined with existing point solutions to form a suite that can deliver a user-friendly experience for both candidates and administrators.

TOPICS: Private equity, portfolio management/multi-asset allocation, big data/machine learning

  1. John Mathis
    1. is a partner at Harbor View Advisors in Ponte Vedra, FL. (jmathis{at}hvadvisors.com)