1. HR has moved from an administrative function to a transformational function. This change is based on automating HR functions through an HRIS system. Explain how HR evolved throughout this process. Describe the trends that HR is facing, and will face, through technology.
2. A company’s business strategy includes rapid growth, including a 50% increase in staff over the next 2 years. Describe/explain how the use of HR technology can support this strategy, as it relates to staffing (including forecasting and tracking).
3. HR was often seen as a non-revenue-generating part of the business, or simply overhead. That misconception has changed dramatically due to technology. While HR is still not revenue generating, it adds a great deal of value to the business. You have been asked to present a case sharing that new HR value. Describe the information you would share with your leadership team
4. Some of the employee information in your business has been compromised due to unauthorized access to your HRIS system. What process would you create to address this type of scenario? Examine and explain how you might prevent this from reoccurring.
5. HR has operated as a back-office function since its inception. Including technology in a traditional people-oriented business has created a significant change not only for the business, but also for employees. Explain how you would communicate this type of technological change to your HR team, as well as the organizations. Describe how you would handle questions related to potential layoffs as a result of automation.