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2019 Australian HR tech trends revealed: 7th HR Tech Survey

The Navigo team is excited to announce that the 7th HR Tech Survey is complete and available for free download! This online survey was conducted to discover insights relating to Australian HR technology and trends leading into 2020. The respondent profile included professionals working in the HR and IT sectors across Australia. Overall, 135 responses […]

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Sneak Peek Insight: 7th HR Tech Report

By / September 11, 2019 / , , , / 0 Comments

The Navigo research team is hard at work creating the 7th Australian HR Tech Survey. The purpose of this survey is to provide useful information that will assist organisations to make educated decisions around planning, justifying and executing HR technology projects. A special thank you to everyone who participated! Your contribution adds valuable HR intelligence […]

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It’s Time! The 2019 Australian HR Tech Survey is Open!

The Navigo Research Team is excited to announce that the 2019 Australian HR Tech Survey is officially open! For more than 10 years, the Navigo Research Team has been contributing insights to the HR tech community. This year, our main focus will be around the most interesting spending and strategy trends of 2019. We have […]

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Australian HR stories: mastering HRIS change

[Webinar] Q&A with 3 HR Project Management Experts Learn the do’s and don’ts of implementing a successful HR solution, directly from consultants who have seen and done it all. Watch our live Q&A uncovering the experiences of HR veterans during the implementation of new HR and Payroll technology. Your webinar host, Andrew Rees, will discuss […]

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Is your job in danger of being automated? (pt. 1)

By / September 8, 2016 / , , / 0 Comments

Automation isn’t exactly a new concept, but it’s definitely accelerated into almost every aspect of business in the last decade. With more than 5 million Australian jobs predicted to be totally replaced in the next 10-15 years (with a further 2.3 million at risk), the big question is – which jobs are going to be […]

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#MyCensus insights from last census (HR Edition)

By / August 9, 2016 / , , / 0 Comments

#MyCensus night is tonight! While it will be some time before we get the insights and information the ABS uncovers, here are a few key stats from the 2011 census (and some predictions for what may have changed today!) 45.3% of Aussies work more than 40 hours a week We know over-work is a serious […]

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HR Tech News April

By / April 28, 2016 / , , / 0 Comments

Here’s the latest in HR Technology news for the month. Queensland government finally sorts out its HR systems It’s taken 4 years (well, 8 if you count the number of years since the QLD government’s old systems were obsolete), but Datacom and the government have finally come to a solution. The $100million deal has been […]

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HR Tech News February 2016

Welcome to this month’s update on HR Technology news from Australia, New Zealand and abroad. Parse is moving on, Oracle promotes mobile cloud service Parse, the hosting platform popular for creating and testing apps, is winding down over the course of this year. Parse was an established hosting platform with tested resolve for enterprise solutions. […]

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The 5th Annual Australian HR Tech Survey is now closed!

By / June 24, 2015 / , / 0 Comments

The Australian HR Technology Survey has officially closed. This year, we looked at the local HR Technology landscape – specifically solutions used, satisfaction, expenditure and future trends. By having your say, you’ve contributed your intelligence about the Australian marketplace to the upcoming Annual HR Tech Report 2015. Thanks for your input! Remember, everyone who completed the survey goes […]

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Webinar: How does fatigue impact Australian organisations?

By / May 27, 2015 / , / 0 Comments

A lack of sleep is a major contributing factor to workplace fatigue. A new Navigo Research study looking at Fatigue in the Australian workplace revels that 65% of Australian businesses believe that their employees are more fatigued or overworked than in previous years.   Download the survey results here.

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