Is Information Technology Hard to Do HR For? Information

Publisher: Corban OneSource

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Is Information Technology Hard to Do HR For?  Information

Information technology (IT) is widely known to be one of the most complex and challenging aspects of any organization. So is HR just as complicated for these technical professionals? The truth is, HR can be just as complex and difficult as IT – if not more so. In fact, 86%of HR executives in the tech sector feel their roles in HR are becoming more strategic. So, is information technology hard to do HR for? The short answer is yes – but an HR outsourcer can make it much easier. An HR outsourcer like Corban OneSource who is experienced in helping companies with 75 to 6000 employees can take on all of the challenges that come with HR, from recruitment to payroll. This can free up an IT company’s HR team to focus on what they do best. Keep reading to learn 5 common problems IT teams face in HR and how an outsourcing service can improve them.