Many tech vendors offer their services via websites that have been optimized to work on smartphones as an alternative to providing a true mobile app.
Next year, payroll and timekeeping are expected to equal or overtake recruiting as the top human resources use for smartphone apps, the latest sign mobile-native software is starting to stick.
Employees are online, talking about what is happening in your workplace. The Internet is today's complaint box. If you want to fix problems before they get out of control, you need only turn to social media sites and sites like coworker.org and Glassdoor. Read More
The bill would outlaw the practice of employers requiring prospective hires to turn over their passwords to social networking sites as a condition of employment. It also pertains to educational institutions and prospective students. Read More
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Practice lead, internal communications, Infosys, Bangalore, India
Leaders at Big Blue and elsewhere could blush a deep pink if Tom Vines is correct about where performance management, crowdsourcing and social media are heading.Read More
A slacking employee will not become a star performer just because you limit his or her social media access; he or she will just find another way to slack off.Read More
The app provides a central location where recruiters post open positions sorted by industry, location and skills. The app launched yesterday with more than 1.7 million employment opportunities provided by BranchOut, DirectEmployers, Work4Labs, Jobvite and Monster.com.Read More
Even though people like to treat social media as the new kid on the block, it is really nothing more than a communication tool, to which all of the old rules of the workplace apply.Read More