Category: Technology

It’s hard to talk HR at all today without talking HR Technology. From your ATS to your HRIS we’ve got all of your tech acronyms covered in this category.

Making Sure Business Policies Advance with Technology

Technology advances quickly—and HR professionals must keep pace. With the right business policies in place, HR pros will be well equipped to do just that.  Your business policies must account for how your company uses technology. That way, your policies will empower workers to utilize technology to remain productive and efficient. Plus, your policies can […]

5 Signs Showing it’s High Time to Change Your Online Office Tools Stack

In today’s business world, online office tools dictate the growth and success of many, if not all, companies, hence the need to keep them up to date. Technology is constantly evolving, so your information technology team needs to reevaluate your organization’s online infrastructure regularly.  This process can be tiresome because it is continuous, but there […]

The Future of Video Conferencing at Work Lies in Increasing Engagement, Not VR

Virtual reality (VR) has enjoyed status as “the next big thing” in technology since the movie The Lawnmower Man some 25 years ago. While some believed VR would eventually permeate every form of online communication, even business communication, this is not yet a reality. A variety of consumer VR systems hit the market—mostly within the […]

Hiring and Onboarding in the Remote Era: Looking Back at 2021

As 2022 quickly approaches, the Great Resignation weighs heavily on every HR professional’s mind. In the past year alone, leaders have seen an unprecedented amount of turnover. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, as of November 1, there are over 11 million job vacancies.

How New Technology is Changing Enterprise L&D

The drastic shifts brought on by COVID have underscored the need for organizations to provide ongoing career development opportunities to adjust to the changing times and remote workforce. Providing learning opportunities to keep employee talent ahead of the curve is imperative to retention. However, roughly 75% of the global enterprise learning spend is wasted, according […]

5 Tips for Recruiting Top Tech Talent

With a record 4.3 million Americans having quit their jobs in August, industries across the board are facing a dire worker shortage. Chief among these industries is technology, with a staggering 65% of technology leaders agreeing that hiring challenges are hurting the industry. Tech workers know they have leverage, so it’s in the hands of […]

How Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is Poised to Help With the Labor Shortage

With companies around the globe struggling to find staff, could the time be ripe for an explosion in RPA? What kinds of solutions can this technology offer, and what does it mean for workers and employers long term? What’s Going On With the Labor Market? It’s no secret that the labor market, both in the […]

4 Strategies for Building a New Foundation for Effective eLearning

Before the coronavirus pandemic, you likely herded your employees into conference rooms at least once a quarter for an instructor-led training session or a lunch-and-learn. And you probably saw good returns on those efforts. After all, professional development opportunities directly impact your employees’ on-the-job satisfaction, productivity, and retention. All that changed in March 2020. Suddenly, you couldn’t […]

How Artificial Intelligence Is Used in People Management

Artificial intelligence (AI) refers to systems or models that can perform tasks simulating human intellect and improving performance iteratively as they collect information and process it. It is capable of speech interpretation, decision-making, visual perception, etc. AI is multifaceted and has found its applications in diverse industries. An example is AI-enabled robotic systems that came […]

DOJ’s New Enforcement Team May Intensify Push to Recover Cyberattack Payments

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) recently announced the launch of a National Cryptocurrency Enforcement Team (NCET) to (1) add structure to and coordinate the agency’s investigative capabilities concerning unlawful uses of cryptocurrency, (2) increase prosecutions, and (3) recover illicit proceeds. The last piece is especially striking because it may provide a positive incentive for […]