Creating, maintaining, and updating your organization’s Web presence is not typically HR’s job, but the HR team should have a vested interest in how the website looks and functions and how well it coordinates with the rest of the company’s online presence.
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.
As HR Technology Week comes to a close, we want to take a look back at all the offerings and events that transpired throughout this exciting event!
The HR tech market is big and growing and shows no sign of slowing down. HR cloud solutions alone were a $148 billion market in 2019, and a survey of HR leaders from PwC found that 74% plan to increase HR tech spending in 2020. Their top concerns were attracting and keeping top talent and helping employees reach […]
It’s hard to believe we’re almost a year into the pandemic, which also means a year of working from home. Working from home has taught us many lessons about productivity, efficiency, employee resilience, and company culture. It’s also taught us that supporting employees in a hybrid setting comes with new challenges and complexities. As we […]
Was your organization prepared for the coronavirus pandemic? If not, don’t worry; your organization was among the majority of employers that did not see this catastrophe coming.
A trend that has been growing for years is the use of bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policies, which allow employees to use their own personal devices such as phones and laptops for work.
With COVID-19 upending nearly every aspect of the way we work, many companies spent the greater part of last year trying to find the best way to stay productive while ensuring employees’ and customers’ safety. For many, this meant taking the traditional processes and making them remote without disrupting established workflows. The agendas of meetings […]
We’ve talked before about the reasons an employer may benefit from implementing a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policy in the workplace, such as cost reduction, improved employee satisfaction, the likelihood of better technology standards, and the decreased time to productivity on a personal device, just to name a few.
The evolution of the remote workplace taught businesses a thing or two in 2020.
The business world has been steadily moving in a remote-first, digital-friendly direction for years now. Over time, companies great and small have gone digital in Human Resources, marketing, e-commerce, and so on. Remote work capabilities have also rapidly continued to gain ground.