How recent acquisitions are changing the field of HR software, and the decisions customers need to make about the future.
SAP, Oracle and other HR software vendors have a surprising new competitor thanks to the acquisition of Rypple by Salesforce.com.
Firms can use analytics in Machiavellian ways that might boost the bottom line in the short run but bruise workers and harm reputations over the long haul.Read More
Covance Inc. is among the companies using software to help employees and mentors connect. The program Mentor Scout enables pairings based on mutual professional interests.
Workforce management technology has come a long way from time clocks. Today's tools can save—or cost—companies millions. And thanks to a new group, the once-frumpy field is coming into fashion.Read More
Armed with this software, not only can companies obtain better feedback from references, but also they can obtain more of it per candidate.
Unlike reference checking tools such as Pre-Hire 360, there's nothing anonymous about the LinkedIn recommendation process.
The startup hopes its video-centric job board and applicant tracking software platform will gain a large following, but skeptics question how much demand there is for newcomers in an already crowded field.Read More
GetHired.com is one of several startups offering Web-based software incorporating video, social networks and other innovations in the recruiting or job search process to better match job seekers with prospective employers. Here are some of the others:Read More
To keep track of its pipeline of high performers around the world, the global engineering giant relies on talent management software.Read More