collage of woman's face with eye and charts and technology Many employers have adopted tech around remote work, with 95% saying they either had already implemented or were considering a plan to monitor productivity or performance. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Technology investments can get mixed reviews by HR leaders, often getting good marks for overall results, but with dissatisfaction sometimes expressed about using new tools effectively.

The PwC HR Tech Survey 2022 polled 688 HR leaders in the U.S. about the use of new technology. “The survey revealed that HR tech is delivering the goods overall by meeting expectations and creating value for both HR and the business,” the report said. “But the survey also found ways HR leaders could do better on encouraging technology adoption, choosing the right vendor partner, getting leadership buy-in for a truly cutting-edge tech transformation, and more.”

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