Oracle Releases New UX for its HCM
Oracle has released a whole new batch of artificial intelligence and user experience features for its HCM Cloud.
These fresh tools are set to boost the productivity of HR professionals as well as recruiting through a streamlined and simpler user experience.
Oracle realized that when it came to HR, new technologies and strategies were needed if it wanted to attract, bring in, engage, and retain employees – particularly in a moment of increasing recruitment costs and worker turnover.
Its features were built to give a powerful yet simpler solution to, according to the tech company, “proactively anticipate and respond to changing employee and workforce needs.”
Let’s dive into Oracle’s new features and what they have to offer.
AI recruiting capabilities. These capabilities help candidates look for jobs as well as answer questions directly on social media channels, while alerting candidates with updates and messages automatically.
Newsfeed interface. The new interface lets workers highlight data they care about. Tasks can be emphasized in an easy-to-read format while automatic analytical updates help to improve business insights and make employee-related news easy to access.
New HR desk in Cloud. Oracle’s new HR desk optimizes both the management and security of worker relations cases. Plus, added knowledge management capabilities help to ensure consistent searches based on versioning.
Personalized experience. This allows employees to receive information based on the updates of a business as well as take action on personal feedback, letting them boost their productivity.
Pre-built library. Full of best practices, Oracle’s new library also features security dashboards and workbench capabilities, which help to prevent unauthorized access to any sensitive data and HCM functions.
Performance capabilities. New check-in capabilities give employees real-time coaching as well as feedback, helping them track their goals.
Enhanced onboarding features. New features for new hires, managers and HR teams to streamline the transition from new hire to team member.
“We all now expect that enterprise applications offer the same easy, intuitive experience that we enjoy with digital services in our personal lives,” said Chris Leone, senior vice president of HCM Development at Oracle.
“With the latest release of Oracle HCM Cloud, we are focused on delivering the best possible employee experience without compromising the security or performance of critical business applications.
By leveraging advanced technologies to make HR applications powerful yet simple to use on any device, we can make work smarter, more enjoyable, and more supportive.”