With investments predicted to reach $5 billion, this has been the biggest year yet for HR technology investments. But will anything really change?
Technology developers, manufacturers and marketers have a responsibility to be open to scrutiny and consider the ethical implications of artificial intelligence in the workplace.
Patchwork regulations and gig economy workers are making the employment screening process a lot more complicated.
Executives and employees are clamoring for more training, and learning leaders are more than happy to oblige.
Cultural change is coming to HR as the post-millennial generation enters the workforce. It’s time to welcome those new kids on the block: Generation Z.
Illinois’ Artificial Intelligence Video Interview Act, tackles bias in artificial intelligence-driven recruiting tools.
If you are not at least investigating how blockchain technology can help you organization take its HR management to the next level and into the future, you are doing your business a disservice.
How monitoring chat platforms can help companies avoid #MeToo moments while creating a communication culture where everyone feels engaged.
I promise that you almost certainly have at least one employee who thinks that their social media posts are private.
Digital addictions can be hard to spot and even harder to stop considering that we live in a day and age that virtually necessitates constant and unwavering electronic connection.