Tools like video allow teams to more easily and efficiently connect.Read More
When Iowa State professor Gregory Welk tested the accuracy of wearables, he found they could be inaccurate by up to 40 percent, which should be an eye-opener for any company’s wellness director.
Upcoming compliance audits mean HR departments must prepare to prove their employees' health care information is safe.
It’s great to encourage employees to take steps to improve their health. But as a tool to contain health care costs? Not so much.Read More
Dave Schuler, a high school superintendent, doesn’t need a crystal ball to see which job candidates have the highest potential; he has analytics for that.Read More
Is video the next big move for HR to cover itself in potentially litigious personnel discussions? Some contend there’s a benefit; others say it’s a slippery slope.Read More
Innovations in cloud-based software are giving small companies access to enterprise-level HR solutions at a much lower price point.Read More
You need to understand wearable devices, and account for them in your policies, because your employees aren’t going to wait for an official green light to start using them.Read More
How the grueling life of an IT consultant drove a promising engineer to the brink of depression.Read More
The expense of having a large internal recruiting department that must coordinate across large geographical areas can be saved by utilizing an effective recruitment process outsourcing provider.Read More