Workplace Culture

The Pulse of the Industry

By Staff Report

May. 21, 2012

These are preliminary findings from a joint Knowledge-Infusion/Workforce survey about the HR technology industry. Full results will be shared at the upcoming HR Tech Week virtual conference, June 5 and 6.

Preliminary findings of roughly 1,300 respondents to the survey show that roughly 42 percent of organizations are increasing spending on HR technology this year compared to last year. But the same percentage of organizations report experiencing an HR technology implementation that did not meet their expectation.

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