Here are two key categories: What is work? And who is an employee?
The company’s Salesforce for HR product signals renewed interest in the HR market as big techn companies angle to expand use across the enterprise.Read More
My main problem of the re-hearing panel’s decision is that the “common sense” it is applying is rooted in 1965, not 2015.
Organized labor is getting with the times by using social media to communicate with its membership, and a recent NLRB ruling offers more social possibilities.
Employers that can adapt to the shifting needs of their employees, will have a leg up on attracting and retaining talent.Read More
Cybersecurity has become a critical aspect of everyday life in the 21st century. Still, many organizations are slow to implement proper policies to protect their data from attack.Read More
Sharp Decisions CEO Karen Ross developed the VETS program to prepare military veterans for jobs in the tech industry. But her efforts are not charitable; they’re just good business.Read More
If there’s one thing that’s catching my attention at the HR Technology show this week, it's the growing importance of benefits among tech companies.Read More
While desktop computers are still the go-to platform for job searches, mobile technology isn’t far behind, according to a recent surveyRead More
Workforce analytics is a confusing topic for many employers. Luckily, there are plenty of software companies developing products to change that.Read More