Tag: talent management
Deel Raises $425 Million for Remote Hiring
The new funding values the remote hiring company at $5.5 billion, and will fuel expansion of its global payroll and compliance tools.
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.
BetterUp Nets $300 Million to 'Democratize' Employee Coaching
The latest funding round values the company at $4.7 billion and signifies investor confidence in the growing role of technology-enabled coaching at work.
What to Know About Regulation of AI at Work
Government regulation of AI is not a question of if, but when. Prepare for it by evaluating how it's being used in your organization.
8 Steps to Build Meaningful Diversity and Inclusion Analytics
Diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging are fundamental to the future of work. Here's how to build an analytic model to make meaningful progress.
How to Do (and Not Do) Performance Reviews Remotely
Managing employee performance is crucial for any organization so make sure your performance review process is up to speed for remote and hybrid work.
How Talent Shortages Are Impacting New Technology Adoption
The talent shortage isn't just a leadership and productivity problem, it's also having a profound impact on adoption of new technology. Here's why.
What to Do About Tech Skills Shortages
COVID-19 exacerbated many problems in the workplace, with recruitment and talent retention being two of the big ones. Here is how to make it better.
Collaboration & Productivity
How to Restart Performance Management
Hybrid and remote work strategies have added a new wrinkle, but the fundamentals of good employee performance management remain.
Learning & Development
Gloat Adds Career Agility & Frontline Employee Tools to Its Portfolio
Gloat's new Career Agility and frontline employee products are now available as part of the company's portfolio of employee development offerings.
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.
HR Tech Firm UKG Acquires Great Place to Work Institute
The deal shows that technology is only part of the solution for companies looking to thrive in a digitally disrupted future.
HR Leaders Share Their Employee Retention Strategies Amid the Great Resignation
The Great Resignation is well at play for companies, with high quit rates. How are HR leaders responding?
Do Your CIO and CHRO Elevate Employee Experience?
Employee experience is integral to so much of modern business. Make sure your CHRO and CIO work together to improve the employee journey.
How to Reimagine Onboarding for Remote and Hybrid Workers
The onboarding processes used in the office won't cut it in the hybrid workplace. Here are six tips for engaging remote workers productively.
Why Humans Should Remain Central to Digital Recruiting
While digital tools can help with the applicant experience, we have to remain careful with the amount of automation we use in the process.
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.
The Future of Career Mobility
The disruption of the past year has accelerated a long-term trend in how companies are thinking about careers and mobility.
Contingent Employees Are a Missed Opportunity for Many Employers
For years, contingent workers have been left out of talent management planning, but that is all about to change.
Transformation Has Touched Every Part of the Workplace – Except Reward
The main focus of reward has remained largely unchanged for at least 30 years. It's long overdue for a reboot.