How Blockchain is reinventing Human Resources?

Abhi Garg
How Blockchain is reinventing Human Resources


The greatest fear of any industry is a data breach. As we have been observing, Blockchain is disrupting the banking and finance world for quite some time. It has now turned its sights to the HR sector. Blockchain, with its decentralized system, can impact this niche in many ways.

Human resources is in charge of dealing with all issues related to the people within the organization. This niche gives shape to notions like  motivation, organizational behaviour, and selection assessments. The tasks of human resources include recruiting and hiring employees, payrolls, appraisals, and dealing with an organization’s culture.

Blockchain contains the capability to transform the various HR processes, especially when it comes to recruiting and hiring candidates and talent acquisition.

So, let’s examine the ways Blockchain is ready to reinvent the Human Resources:


Once the data is recorded on the Blockchain, it can not be hacked, changed or deleted. Securing HR data is one of the biggest advantages of implementing Blockchain. The biggest worry for the HR departments is storing and securing information relating to pay, health insurance, finance and banking, disciplinary records, and more.


Blockchain can prove to be a useful technology for the companies that conduct international payments. As there are no middlemen or intermediaries included in the Blockchain technology, the necessary parties have a method of validating  information more efficiently.


Blockchain provides a candidate verification process which reduces the time spent on conducting background checks, reducing fraud, and  build more trust in the recruitment process. Candidates can store their information on a blockchain, inclusive of academic achievements and work history.


Blockchain-enabled smart contracts ensure that gig workers get paid immediately after completing their work. Smart contracts reduce the fees by eliminating intermediaries. The agreement i.e smart contract is transparent, accountable, and irreversible. Besides helping gig workers receive payment automatically, smart contracts  protect businesses from fraudulent invoicing.


The blockchain can be used for storing the attendance data for record-keeping. This unique technique of storing accurate time and attendance of employees can help organizations in many ways. This would increase trust and remove errors caused by the HR and Payroll departments.

Blockchain is envisioned to reinvent the HR sector with its capabilities. This will evolve continuously and will improve the way businesses operate.

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