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GCC HR Tech Trends 2022

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GCC HR TECH
TRENDS 2022 

Today, many GCC HR technology budgets are up, and many organisations have accelerated their implementation plans.

These crucial insights and trends have been revealed in the 2022 HR Tech Trends survey that highlighted that not only more than half of the GCC enterprises have accelerated their HR technology implementation plans, but 40.7% have also increased their spending on HR technology – significant at a time when budget cuts loom large for many departments. 

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HR’s top priorities
Technological challenges
Future trends in GCC

  • HR’s top priorities
  • Technological challenges
  • Future trends in GCC

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Looking at the respondent’s top spending priorities, the trend is clear: GCC organisations want to understand their employees, want their employees to understand the organisation, and hire new talent effectively and efficiently. For more such key insights, download the report to understand which HR technology works and delivers on its promises.

Informa Connect surveyed more than 500 senior HR leaders, decision-makers, consultants, and other HR professionals from across the GCC. Half of the respondents were from organisations with more than 500 staff, and 50.4 per cent were planning to invest US$25,000 or more in HR technology over the coming year.

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