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.
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.
Six HR leaders share how they are managing through a global crisis.
By Debbie Bolla
For organizations, employees, and the world at large, these are unprecedented times. As quickly as the coronavirus (COVID-19) spread across the globe, HR leaders responded, ushering their organizations with the needed resources to ensure employee safety, health, wellness, and productivity. HRO Today spoke with six HR leaders on how they are managing through the global crisis that is COVID-19. Great insight here—stay safe and lead on!
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.
The 2020 TekTonic Awards finalists are redesigning human capital management in every way possible.
By The Editors
For years, we have been recognizing the power of HR technology with our annual TekTonic awards. The industry is growing, with G2 Crowd reporting that there are more than 21 types of HR software, including platforms that help deliver employee wellness, employee benefits, and recruiting, among many others. This year’s finalists empower HR and the workforce alike by delivering insightful talent analytics, creating employee ambassadors that can drive referrals through the power of social media, and providing the knowledge and actions necessary for an inclusive culture.
Three organizations share how they use people data and analytics to amplify business strategy.
By Marta Chmielowicz
“People analytics” has been a hot catchphrase in the business world for years, with data promising to revolutionize recruiting, talent management, and myriad other HR processes. But while organizations have embraced data collection and reporting, data analysis remains in its infancy for all but the most sophisticated companies.
New research uncovers some surprising preferences of Generation Z workers.
By Chas Fields
Generation Z workers may not be so different from the rest of us after all.
New research finds four key priorities HR needs to focus on to keep talent top of mind.
By Mike DiClaudio
Today’s HR leaders continue to face disruption on multiple fronts. Constant technology innovation is changing the face of the workplace and the workforce. Unprecedented competition for recruiting and retaining talent is changing the balance of power between employer and employee. HR has to respond if it wants to remain a relevant and influential part of the organization.
The demands of work are putting pressure on HR teams to rethink training programs.
By Doug Stephen
“Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.” This famous and often quoted statement from Confucius had the right sentiment, but some would argue that he forgot the finer points on just how to obtain and retain that dream job.
On-the-go tech allows HR and employees alike to easily take care of daily tasks.
By Simon Kent
Artificial intelligence and automation are set to have a huge impact on business and the workplace. For HR, however, the tech in people’s pockets could be more game-changing. The oft-heard phrase, “There’s an app for that,” has permeated the function, leaving HR directors with the task of working out how these potentially useful solutions can benefit their business.
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