HR Technology

Best of Technology 2023

Lattice found that nearly 1 in 5 leaders listed updating HR technology as a priority in 2023. In this year alone, And, as AI becomes more and more prominent, it’s essential that HR professionals adapt, improve, and streamline their technology tools and practices.

While preparing for the new year, let’s take a look back at HR Daily Advisor‘s best HR technology content of 2023.

AI’s Role in the Workplace

HR Work Break: Decoding AI’s Role in Recruiting

68% of recruiting professionals say that the best way to improve recruiting performance over the next five years is by investing in new recruiting technology. So, what should hiring teams keep in mind as they incorporate new technologies into their recruiting strategy? Will Rose, Chief Technology Officer at Talent Select AI, joins to discuss the future of hiring technology, the influence of AI in recruiting, and more.

Generative AI and L&D: Pros, Cons, and Key Considerations

We wanted to know how AI chatbots are faring in the learning and development context in the real world, so we reached out to industry experts and those with firsthand experience in using AI chatbots for training.

Addressing Emerging Skills Gaps in a Tight Labor Market

The challenges the current labor market poses for businesses are exacerbated by the fast-changing global environment of the last several years. Some of the most important new technologies continuing to develop today are artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML), and many employers have had trouble finding staff who are well versed in these technologies.

Compliance in Tech

Best Practices to Guide Employee Use of Artificial Intelligence Tools

Concerns over AI have been more mundane and practical, and those concerns are typically focused on AI’s impact on human labor. But AI has the potential not only to replace human labor but also to complement human labor, resulting in significant productivity boosts. 

States and Cities Limit AI Use in Employment Decision-Making

As states and cities continue to pass laws aimed at the use of AI in employment decision-making, employers must be aware of these concerns not only to remain in compliance with any applicable legal requirements, but also to ensure they are hiring a diverse, highly qualified workforce.

Are Your Workplace Policies Prepared for Generative AI?

As generative artificial intelligence (GAI) technology, such as ChatGPT, finds new and greater uses in the workplace, employers must consider the myriad of legal and other issues that come with it. For good reason, employers increasingly are implementing policies to mitigate potential risks and ensure safe and permissible uses of GAI by employees.

HRDA Shorts: How Can IT & HR Work Together to Foster a Culture of Cybersecurity?

Listen to this week’s episode of HRDA Shorts as Derek Williams (Director of HRIS at the University of Tulsa) and Jason Treu (Chief People Officer at Unstoppable Workforces) discuss how HR and IT can join hands to create a company culture dedicated to cybersecurity.

Best Practices

HR Query: Unlocking AI – The HR Professional’s Guide to Success in 2023 and Beyond

In today’s ever-changing job market, HR innovation is not only welcomed but also necessary. Thanks to significant technological advancements, AI has transitioned from a futuristic concept to a daily reality.  Kajetan Armansperg, Co-Founder & Co-CEO of Leapsome, says AI’s role in HR is an improver, accelerator, and optimizer of content created by humans.

Suffering Tech Overload? How to Help Employees Get App-Happy

People rely on all kinds of technology to get their work done. But at what point does all that tech do more harm than good? Can employers and their employees find the sweet spot—the point where apps make work and life run smoothly instead of leaving workers distracted and in a frenzy?

HR Works Podcast: Become More Human-Centric…With Technology?!

Amplitude’s Vice President of People, Christina Erne shares her thoughts on the changing roles of HR within organizations and how taking a tech-forward approach can help create a more employee-focused corporate culture.

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