In this video, learn how the new tools blockchains offer business will be leveraged by HR. Blockchains can change the HR function.
- Say you're facing a new strategic initiative … and you need to find specialized talent fast. … They need to be onboarded … and given access to resources quickly … without compromising security. … What if you could easily indirectly source that talent … from far beyond your normal networks, verify their identity, … their credentials, their reputation, … grant and revoke access to resources as needed , … track their use of these resources … and contribution at a really granular level, … and then compensate them without administrative overhead … and everything was recorded in a permanent, … trustworthy and immutable ledger. … How would it change what your organization could achieve … if you could do that on a regular basis? … So, new technology tends to come slower to HR … than other departments, but blockchains will impact HR … as the technology is more widely adopted and integrated. … Not only will they help to streamline processes, … but they can support a more higher level of agility …
Alison begins by explaining what blockchains accomplish, how they make it safer for everyone to work together, and where they do—and do not—deliver value. Then, she details the new tools that blockchains offer business, including how they can help you discern what's real from what's false in your digital world. Plus, learn how blockchains can impact different departments within your business, from finance to HR.