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Enhancing Employee Experience Through Technology

In the modern era, the criteria by which employees evaluate potential job opportunities have expanded and evolved. The intrinsic allure of a generous paycheck, while still significant, is now complemented by other facets of the job experience.

Over the past two decades, we’ve witnessed a profound shift in the employee mindset. While compensation remains a pivotal factor in job selection, aspects like career progression, skill enhancement, work exposure, flexible timings, remote work options, organizational culture, and employee engagement initiatives are gaining prominence. All these dimensions collectively define the ‘Employee Experience’.

Significance of Tech in Employee Experience

Modern organizations that deliver an outstanding employee experience invariably attract top talent. With the advent of HR technology, there’s been a monumental change in how HR operations function. Here are some examples:

  • Recruitment Platforms: Simplifying the talent acquisition process.
  • Virtual Onboarding: Making the induction process seamless.
  • Reward & Recognition Platforms: Offering point-based rewards to motivate employees.
  • Conversational AI Bots: Addressing common employee queries instantly.
  • Workplace Kiosks: Streamlining processes at physical office spaces.
  • HR Portals: Managing employee time, attendance, and even payroll.

However, an essential question arises: Is technology alone sufficient to elevate the Employee Experience?

While technology has undeniably simplified our professional lives, certain fundamental principles remain unchanged. Humans, by nature, are creatures of habit. Implementing changes, especially tech-driven ones, requires patience, time, and a strategic approach.

Choosing the Right HR Tool

The pandemic has catalyzed the evolution of HR tools, flooding the market with advanced options. But the selection of these tools hinges on several considerations:

  • Business Needs: Does the tool align with the organization’s goals?
  • Usability: Is it user-friendly?
  • Customization: Can it be tailored to specific needs?
  • Data Security: Does it guarantee data protection?
  • Budget and Scalability: Is it cost-effective and scalable for future growth?
  • Employee Tech Proficiency: Can employees use it without extensive training?

Above all, ensuring the tool fits the organization’s scale is crucial. Overly complex tools for small organizations might lead to costly inefficiencies.

Investment in L&D and PMS

  • Learning & Development (L&D): With the dynamic market landscape, employees recognize the need to constantly upgrade their skill sets. According to a Gallup survey, 59% of job seekers prioritize roles offering substantial learning opportunities. Organizations boasting robust Learning Management Systems (LMS) enjoy a more competent and committed workforce.
  • Performance Management System (PMS): A holistic PMS fosters continuous feedback, aiding in networking, skill development, and addressing concerns. It offers a comprehensive view of organizational performance by tracking various metrics.

Adoption of a Feasible Implementation Strategy

The key to successful tech integration lies in its realistic execution. During transitions, resistance from employees is common. The antidote? Education and patience. Acquainting employees with the impending changes and their benefits, organizing training sessions, and providing support during the transition phase can smoothen the process.

Mantra Labs collaborated with APAC’s leading Human Capital Management SaaS firm to create a super app for HR managers and employees with the objective of simplifying their work life and boosting experience.


Measuring the enhancement in employee experience post-tech implementation boils down to one word: feedback. Relying solely on the belief that the latest tech integration will yield optimal results is naive. Technology, to remain relevant and effective, demands consistent updates and refinements.

Future of Tech in HR

Emerging technologies like AR, VR, and AI are poised to revolutionize the HR domain. Conversational AI, for instance, is already making waves. Wellness bots like WYSA assist employees in navigating mental health challenges. In the foreseeable future, AI will spearhead functions like onboarding, performance analysis, and even leave management. By identifying biases, AI can be harnessed to foster fairness, cultivating a competitive yet harmonious organizational culture.


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