Head of D&I McCormick talks about the lack of diversity in the tech sector and the key element missing from corporate diversity efforts.
The mood seemed subdued at this year’s HR Tech Conference. Maybe it was more talk and less action.
Employers in states that collect biometric data should consult an attorney as to best practices.
Process and automation in human resources technology is giving way to people as the employee experience becomes the new normal.
Canvas platform adds Bitmojis to make recruiting messages more engaging — but have they gone too far?
For private-sector employers the Employee Polygraph Protection Act imposes strict prohibitions on the use of any device to render a diagnostic opinion as to the honesty of an individual.
It’s not just GDPR in Europe; U.S. companies are under pressure to control HR data, too.
Consumerization is pushing human resources technology vendors to embrace customer service or risk losing business.
One analyst contends that since customers expect their HR technology products to evolve with their needs, vendors ‘have to stay in front of what the next thing is to keep those customers sticky to their product.’
Most employees aren’t encouraged by the idea that their boss is constantly watching them, but that doesn’t deter employers’ enthusiasm for monitoring devices. How can both sides feel secure that their interests are protected?