When it comes to HR tech, it’s easy to get distracted by the “shiny ball syndrome”. Where all the the features and the talk revolves around user interface and UI is mentioned, approximately 105 times.
But when it comes down to the wire, will you want a shiny ball, or one that works?
It’s important to note that user experience—the experience that either works, or doesn’t—is what your employees will remember. They’ll remember if they got their medical cards July 1. They won’t remember that that menu was prettier or that there was a talking avatar.
You’re in it for the long haul. Is your solution pretty, or durable?