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.

healthcare

How AI-Powered Sourcing Tools Improve Visibility of Minority Healthcare Candidates

For healthcare providers, having a diverse workforce is paramount to quality of care. The communities they serve contain patients from a wide array of backgrounds, races, and socioeconomic classes. Without shared similarities and cultural values among them, it’s difficult for medical professionals to establish the strong patient relationships that are needed for effective care.

HR Works 5-Minute Friday: Stressed Employees Make Data Mistakes

The pandemic saw record levels of data insecurity from every imaginable angle. But were you aware that stressed employees lead to a significant portion of those issues? Today’s guest is here to discuss the relationship between workplace stress and data exposure. I am very pleased to have with me today David Powell, President at Prodoscore. […]

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Tech Helping HR Focus on Humans

The world of HR is becoming more tech-focused all the time. With the implementation of automation, data tracking, artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms, and more, we are constantly pivoting to a new reality of HR as a tech-adjacent field. In the face of these changes, HR professionals may feel they are losing sight of the human […]

Social Media Are Recruiters’ Strongest Allies When Attracting Top Talent

More companies are returning to a pre-pandemic head count, and recruiters need to look at other avenues to manage the hiring frenzy. This has created more job opportunities for top talent while removing preexisting geographic barriers. Remote work has allowed a recruiter in St. Louis to expand his or her candidate search from coast to […]

The Global Currency of Digital Passports in the Workforce

An issue I’ve returned to again and again is the skills shortage. According to ManpowerGroup, 69% of U.S. employers are struggling to fill vacancies, particularly in skilled trades, IT, sales, and marketing. At the same time, we’ve seen workers in low-skill jobs displaced at distressingly high rates in the recent wave of COVID layoffs. Many […]

remote work

How the Rise of Remote Work Is Reshaping Analytical Trends

Although catapulted to new heights by COVID-19, remote work was on the rise even before the pandemic. In 2019, a Zapier report revealed that 95% of U.S. workers desired to work remotely and that 74% were even willing to quit their job in order to do so. At the time, reduced commuting costs, flexible locations, […]

data collection

How to Create a Proper ESI Data Collection Process

Having a proper procedure for collecting electronically stored information (ESI) is one of the most essential aspects of the e-discovery process. Unfortunately, it’s often overlooked and done improperly. This can lead to many issues and complications during the e-discovery process and can result in mortifying court sanctions. With the tightening of data protection laws and […]

Cybersecurity

Best Practices for Data Breach Detection, Response

It’s not a matter of who will be affected by a data breach but when. The COVID-19 pandemic has awakened a Pandora’s box of data predators. For a company, the breaches can be costly, both financially and in other ways, including the devastating toll they can take on your reputation. Many breaches occur because of […]

Why Employers Should Include Cybersecurity Needs for Remote Workers

Though remote work started as a disaster response, businesses and employees alike have since noted the benefits that can come from working at home, including improved worker satisfaction, increased productivity, reduced commute times, and lower overheads. However, it’s important to acknowledge that alongside all of its advantages, remote work also has some ongoing issues, not […]