Tag: Technology

How Digital Ecosystems Help Businesses Navigate the Tech Talent Crunch 

Tech talent shortages are top of mind for businesses worldwide as demand for cloud computing, IT skills, and artificial intelligence grows. According to research by digital infrastructure company Equinix, 62% of global decision-makers surveyed said a shortage of IT talent threatened their business success. In an interview with Forbes, one CEO called the tech talent […]

Surveillance in the Workplace: An Update from the NLRB

The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) continues to move the needle on its interpretation of the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) in favor of unions. For example, in Memorandum GC 23-02 entitled “Electronic Monitoring and Algorithmic Management of Employees Interfering with the Exercise of Section 7 Rights,” General Counsel Abruzzo outlined a new framework for […]

Finance Isn’t Automating Fast Enough: HR’s Role in Accelerating Digital Adoption

From credit risk intelligence and anti-money laundering to fraud detection and compliance, AI and automation have become integral in financial operations. And research has shown that AI has helped companies yield more accurate business models, gain a competitive advantage, and increase their annual revenues. But according to a new study by Creditsafe, most finance teams […]

Workplace Social Media Etiquette and Usage

Social media is so ubiquitous today that it’s hard to imagine most people spending any substantial amount of time not engaged with social media. While the technology and delivery models are relatively novel, humans have always been social creatures, and social media is a virtual extension of that. Use of Social Media at Work But […]

How HR Teams Can Maximize the Value of AI and Minimize the Risk

Over the past 6 months, the acceleration of artificial intelligence (AI), particularly in the form of large language models (LLMs) like Open AI’s GPT-4, has been relentless. These models have demonstrated capacities that would have seemed like science fiction just a few years ago, such as the ability to immediately produce compelling and fluent text […]

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

People rely on all kinds of technology to get their work done. Zoom meetings, Slack messages, scheduling apps, and other tools keep the workplace humming. 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 […]

3 Ways HR Can Win Hearts and Minds Through Better Storytelling

“We’re being forced back to the office.” “I literally fell asleep during training.” “AI is probably going to take my job.” These are all recent quotes from people close to me. Of course, you probably don’t need to chat with my friends and family to hear similar sentiments. A lot of workers are saying these […]

Navigating the Advancement of AI-Based Solutions

Research and development in artificial intelligence (AI) have existed since the early 1950s. However, it was only in the past decade that AI development has truly accelerated, and its applications in the business world exploded across industries. This acceleration was enabled by foundational elements such as unparalleled processing power, unlimited storage capacity, global connectivity, low […]

Why You Don’t Need to Sift Through Résumés Any Longer

The hiring process has long been tedious and time-consuming. Finding the right employees for your business meant plenty of work for your HR department. This procedure is not only time-consuming but also costly. The nature of recruitment and hiring is starting to shift, though. With advancements in AI and automation, much of the tedium that […]

Survey Illustrates Toxic Workplace Culture in Tech

When many Americans think about a tech career, the first thing that comes to mind is often the potential for jaw-dropping salaries and bonuses. Perhaps a bit farther down on the list is the reputation the tech industry has for toxic or even hostile workplace cultures and high levels of stress. Perhaps it’s that impressive […]