Highlights from the leading software-as-a-service HCM vendor's proposed initial public stock offering.
To celebrate Workforce's 90th anniversary, we're running a series of articles looking at important workforce-related issues with a then-and-now theme. This installment examines technology in the 1990s and today. In October, we will look at the 2000s and HR's bid for a seat at the table.Read More
The proposed deal, expected to close in August, boosts the management consulting firm's position as a 'big data' provider in a nearly $4 billion global talent management industry.Read More
Overseas assignments increased at 64 percent of companies in 2011, compared with 43 percent the previous year, according to a May Global Relocation Trends survey by Brookfield Global Relocation Services. Read More
If you're considering launching a social wellness program, get ready to sort through an ever-growing list of services and applicatiions.Read More
Social wellness tools won't do much if you don't establish objectives and a time frame for meeting them, says Jennifer Benz, a San Francisco-based employee wellness communications consultant.Read More
Assault from niche boards and social sites are gobbling up bigger bites of the once-mighty job board industry. Read More
Tim Fry and others argue that email is slow, inefficient and so 1995.
Experts weigh in on ways to give the boot to email, the increasingly inefficient means of office communications.
Startups operating as virtual enterprises from Day One, companies sending employees home to telecommute, and businesses hiring more mobile workers are changing the conventional wisdom about how to create corporate culture.