It's time to use data and give employees a better experience at work: personal insights in pay and benefits allow them to make better financial decisions. We've seen tremendous changes in the way companies use HR information, but there is so much room for improvement - especially when it comes to gaining insights from data and applying that to organize work. With that comes great responsibility in the areas of privacy and security, and HR leaders need to take ownership of that topic.

You'll also hear about what kind of HR Technology we will use in 2025. Will we still use separate HR solutions or will these systems be obsolete? And why are companies so much happier with core HR and payroll systems than with talent management solutions?

In this episode, Stacey Harris, leader of the annual Sierra-Cedar HR Systems report, shares her views on the state of HR technology with Anita Lettink, SVP Strategy & Alliances at Alight | NGA HR.

About Stacey Harris

Stacey Harris, former research executive with Bersin & Associates and Brandon Hall, is Vice President of Research and Analytics for Sierra-Cedar, in charge of Sierra-Cedar’s Annual HR Systems Survey and Research function. You can access the Sierra-Cedar HR Systems report here.

A leading member of the HR practices and technology research community since 2007, she launched Bersin & Associates HR research practice and conducted groundbreaking research on High-Impact HR organizations, enterprise HR technologies, and key practices across the talent management spectrum. Her research and consulting work afforded her the opportunity to work with large global companies around the world such as McDonald’s, Lockheed Martin, Cisco, Credit Suisse, Scotia Bank, and Pfizer on a variety of mission-critical talent initiatives. Prior to joining the research community, Harris led multiple HR, Talent Management and Learning initiatives as both a leader and practitioner.