Organizations with a remote workforce are at higher risk of cyberattacks—but engaging employees in better cyber habits can help.
By Bhushan Sethi
When it comes to battling cyberattacks, tech solutions can only go so far. To truly defend their organization, HR leaders will likely also need to change some risky behaviors and attitudes among their employees.
In a newly remote world, HR technology is enabling hiring teams to be more strategic.
By Marta Chmielowicz
In a moment of nationwide uncertainty, HR leaders are stepping up to provide safety and stability in their organizations. From communicating health and safety guidelines in the midst of a government-mandated shutdown to managing a newly-hybrid workforce, they have had to be more agile than ever, responding to unprecedented market conditions with new business models and talent strategies.
Four strategies to leverage when transitioning to a hybrid workforce model.
By Alicia Seager
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, many companies are gravitating toward a hybrid work model—one that provides the flexibility to work from home without completely eliminating the in-person office environment many employers crave. Case in point: 71 percent of employees and managers express a desire to continue working from home at least part time, according to the Work Trend Index from Microsoft.
As COVID-19 raged on during the second quarter of 2020, business operations worldwide came to a screeching halt. But despite the recent economic downturn resulting from the ongoing global pandemic, HR technology saw an impressive 99 major announcements in the second quarter – a positive amongst current unprecedented times.
The Human Resources New Technology Report for Q2 2020 provides insight and predicts recruiting technology introductions for the remainder of the year.
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Whilst digital technologies are greatly enabling recruitment in a time of pandemic, onboarding is also a critical piece of the puzzle.
By Simon Kent
It has been a long time since the recruitment process was done entirely in person. The emergence and abundance of online tools, from job sites to video interviews, means it is possible to get a clear understanding of a candidate’s potential and their successful employment without being in the same room as that individual. In the age of the pandemic, this ability is not only nice to have—it’s a must-have. In fact, a recent Gartner poll found that 86 per cent of organisations are incorporating new virtual technology to interview candidates.
Our 2020 TekTonic Awards recognize some of the best HR tech platforms that empower both HR and the workforce alike.
By Marta Chmielowicz
As the business world continues to adjust to changes ushered in by globalization, generational shifts, and, most recently, the coronavirus pandemic, HR leaders everywhere are left pondering what the future holds for their organizations. One thing’s for certain: Embracing emerging technology to empower the workforce is more important now than ever. From remote learning platforms to mobile talent management apps, organizations that want to stay afloat in the new normal will need to invest in the tools that make work easier and more convenient for their workforce. HRO Today’s annual TekTonic Awards highlight some of these groundbreaking technologies.
Two organizations share insights into their successful tech-driven hiring processes that improve the candidate experience.
By Marta Chmielowicz
The outbreak of COVID-19 has forced much of the business world to make rapid changes to the way they operate, and organizations will to have continue to adapt as all industries enter a new normal post-pandemic. With the Federal Reserve anticipating an unemployment rate of 32 percent, continued restrictions around social distancing, and widespread economic instability, the hiring landscape for both businesses and job seekers will change dramatically.
Creating a solid foundation now will lead to stronger remote work in the future.
By Jo Deal
The coronavirus pandemic has forced businesses to shift to remote operations as much as possible, with CNBC reporting that 42 percent of U.S. workers are telecommuting for the first time. The transition to digital has sent businesses and HR teams through a whirlwind of change and uncertainty.
Five apps to improve the ways of the workforce.
By The Editors
In remote teams, technology and tools are the lifelines that keep employees connected. New apps constantly need be revisited and re-evaluated as situations shift—something that has become very apparent during the ever-changing COVID-19 pandemic.
Technology and analytics are among the main drivers shaping the future of HR.
By Karen Crone
What challenges do leaders face and what steps are they taking to best position their organizations for success? These are the questions a recent survey from Paycor was looking to answer when it asked leaders of U.S.-based small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs), or those with less than 1,000 employees, to share their thoughts about the present and future of HR. While the feedback from the front lines confirmed and amplified the findings of other researchers, several new and telling details have emerged.
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