The Future of HR Technology

Rebecca Sealfon
Geek Culture
Published in
6 min readJan 21, 2022

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Human resources (HR), sometimes called by a different name such as People Operations, is an important part of any organization. Ultimately, an organization is defined by the people in it. HR manages the logistics, guiding them to shape the organization.

In recent years, the face of work has changed. Jobs are becoming less permanent and more piece-by-piece, with contracting on the rise. Better long-distance communication and the COVID-19 pandemic have also enabled remote work, sometimes across continents, to become more common.

Some of the key bottlenecks of HR workflows include excessive paperwork, data errors, redundant and duplicate work, inefficient use of resources, and low employee morale. No-code technologies allow HR departments to address many of these issues efficiently, with less of a need to hire specialized engineers that may be removed from the applications at hand. For more general information about what no-code is and looks like, you can read this.

What is an HR workflow?

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Rebecca Sealfon
Geek Culture

Former software engineer at Google, U.S. National Spelling Bee champion, and synesthete, based in New York, NY. Loves books, liberal Judaism, and nature.