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Small HR departments in particular are reluctant to adopt technology not because it won’t help them automate manual tasks but because it causes too much pain to conform to a new system. (Image: Getty)

It’s no surprise that 85% of businesses reported in a recent McKinsey survey to have somewhat or greatly accelerated the implementation of technologies like HR tech since the start of COVID-19. The task of acceleration, however, has not come without major roadblocks for HR departments — especially within smaller teams. In fact, PwC’s Human Resource Technology Survey finds that 8 out of 10 HR leaders still struggle with tech adoption challenges. Learning a new tech solution is a lot to ask of one-person or small HR teams.

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