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Bridging the Gap Between Workers, Managers Is Critical to Hybrid Work
When it comes to the future of work, there’s tension between what employees want and what management is willing to provide.
In Talent Acquisition, the Future Holds More AI
If AI is so good at recruiting, why didn't it anticipate half of employees would leave their jobs within a year? Here's why companies are still considering it.
Learning & Development
Is Content Still King in Corporate Learning?
The case of HR tech company Cornerstone shows that content is not just a commodity in today's skills-driven workplace. It's a source of competitive advantage.
HR Tech Vendors Tackle the Great Resignation
HR tech vendors are helping employers boost retention by investing in technology to match workers with new opportunities.
Geographic Fluidity and the Quest for Talent
Not only is technology helping businesses survive a global crisis, it’s also changing the dynamics of the labor market in fundamental ways.
The Problem With Employee Experience Today
Employees and employers don't see eye to eye on employee experience. Overcoming the differences is key to retaining and attracting in-demand employees.
The Great Resignation Is More Complicated Than It Looks
There are differences of opinion about what's driving the Great Resignation. What's not in dispute is that employers have to adapt.
The Great Resignation Opens Doors for Recruiters
Lots of demand but not enough supply is forcing recruiters to change their approach to fill open roles. It also means lots of job opportunities for them.
4 Trends That Will Shape Employee Experience in 2022
Amid the Great Resignation and the 'new normal' of the digital workplace, HR tech and applications are at the center of employee experience this year.
It’s a Good Time to Be in Recruiting. Here’s Why
With the Great Resignation in full swing, there’s positive news for one group of US workers: talent recruiting experts.
Candidates Turn the Tables to Ghost Employers
With the unemployment rate moving steadily downward and the number of open positions outstripping the number of workers to take them, the dynamic has shifted.
Contingent Workers Drift Just Beneath the Surface
The contingent workforce has made greater inroads into the global economy than many people realize, but most employers aren't managing them very well.
Collaboration & Productivity
Platform Integrations Point the Way Forward for HR
Integrating collaboration tools like Slack with HR software is a theme across the HR tech industry landscape as companies look to reduce workflow friction.
'Frictionless' Recruiting to Survive the Great Resignation
Employers need to adapt to retain their valued employees, as well as hire new ones. Here are some lessons learned for recruiting amidst the churn.
Your Next Killer Employee Experience App: PTO
An industry has sprung up around new ideas to improve employee experience. But traditional benefits like paid time off might be a difference maker.
How Useful Is Social Media in Recruiting?
Most hiring managers check out the social media profiles of job applicants. But the results are mixed when it comes to recruiting good candidates.
How Low-Code Development Is Transforming Organizations' Approach to Tech
The low-code development approach is gaining traction in ways that should attract the interest of functional leaders, including non-tech roles like HR.
Artificial Intelligence in HR Remains a Work in Progress
Machine learning and artificial intelligence are table stakes for workplace technology, but implementation is spotty and ethical considerations remain.
Employee Experience Software Is More Than an Engaging User Interface
SAP's acquisition of SwoopTalent shows how employee experience is driving the evolution of human capital management software.
Is TikTok the Future of Recruiting?
Digitally native methods for employers to connect with job seekers continue to pop up. But recruiting with tools like TikTok comes with challenges.