Unlike past blockbusters, analysts say the Ultimate Software deal doesn’t herald near term consolidation or expansion for HR tech companies.
Articles by Sarah Fister Gale
Recruiting technology continues to be a hot investment space, with venture capitalists and global enterprise solution providers investing millions.
Companies are struggling to understand to fill high-level positions, and they are looking to their recruitment process outsourcing providers for answers.
Some agencies in the public sector are still mired in paperwork and are slow to embrace cloud-based HR technology. What will push them?
Employees need AI skills to thrive in the future, but they have little faith that HR will help them get there.
Last year, President Donald Trump signed into law a sweeping corporate tax cut that has upended relocation budgets for many companies.
Could performance measurement, seen by many as a tiresome but necessary aspect of workforce management, soon by handled by robots?
The RiseHY program uses virtual reality and artificial intelligence to attract young candidates to the hospitality industry.
A socially conscious carpooling app named Hytch looks to change the world one commuter at a time.
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