HR TECHNOLOGY ADVISORY COMMITTEE (TAC)

| March 1, 2018

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The development of a new HR Technology Plan for the University with the targeted goal of modernizing the HR systems and launching new tools which create a more cohesive and efficient digital workplace for employees continues to build momentum. Objectives of this new program include new shared services and self-service delivery channels, allowing for increased collaboration and integration of HR processes across portfolios, lower administrative costs, and improved evidence-based decision making.

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