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January 01, 2020

How Workers Under 30 Are Climbing the Ladder Differently

Younger women show high ambition, and young men and women share similar views on some gender-workplace issues

October 01, 2017

Starbucks has been fending off the robot takeover for years...

Certain companies have better prepared for the impending robot takeover than others. Starbucks is one of them.

March 05, 2017

Can Machine Learning Make HR Better?

AI programs can predict outcomes based on past experiences fed into the program. Because AI can recognize patterns and analyze data at light speed, it can help HR directors make decisions with greater confidence. From finding and recruiting prospects to streamlining employee assessment processes, machine learning and AI can make it easier for HR executives to do their jobs better—and today’s technology is only the beginning.

February 27, 2017

Rewriting The Rules For The Digital Age: 2017 Deloitte Human Capital Trends

As you read the rules you will see a radical shift in mindset: a new set of management practices that will help you lead, organize, manage, and engage the 21st-century workforce.

(This study included a detailed survey with more than 10,400 respondents from 140 countries and dozens of detailed interviews with business and HR leaders around the world.)

February 21, 2017

How To Spot Leadership Potential In Millennials

Here are several key attributes to look for when interviewing a millennial in order to discern their leadership potential.

February 01, 2017

Why Artificial Intelligence for Recruiting and HR is Really Stupid.

Human resources obviously still struggle with that “seat at the table” thing because our reality and that of the C Suite are obviously extremely divergent, and it’s that dynamic perspective that makes “artificial intelligence” so unlikely, considering that without a consistent ontology, you can’t ever achieve phenomenology, which is how learning occurs – with or without a machine.

January 31, 2017

Trump’s next executive order could target tech industry’s international recruiting

Days after several technology leaders slammed President Trump’s ban on immigration of refugees and citizens from seven Muslim-majority countries, a report surfaced Monday suggesting the tech industry might be targeted in Trump’s next executive order.

Bloomberg News reportedly obtained a draft of the order, which looks to overhaul the current work-visa program, which tech companies rely on to hire employees. Under the order, companies would have to attempt to hire American workers first, before recruiting abroad. If they did recruit foreign workers, priority would be given to the highest paid, in an effort to open entry-level positions to Americans. The order would force major companies, such as Amazon, Apple, and Google to change their recruiting practices.

January 30, 2017

A New Wave Of HR Technology Consolidation Begins

The HR Software Market Reinvents Itself,” we have entered a new world in the $14 billion market for HR software and tools . While many large organizations have made the shift from licensed software to cloud-based HR systems (fueling growth by Oracle, SAP, Workday, ADP, Infor, Cornerstone and others) and smaller companies are now snatching up platforms like Gusto, Namely, Zenefits, and others, a new market has emerged:  the market for tools focused on teams, feedback, continuous performance management, and data-driven recruiting.

January 29, 2017

HR’s Vital Role in How Employees Spend Their Time, Talent, and Energy

HR’s value and efficacy is a favorite topic of debate in business. Complaints about HR include things from weak, reactive business partnering to poor talent recruitment and development, from time-wasting processes to incomprehensible communications.

January 28, 2017

Tech reacts to Trump’s immigration ban

The order is so sweeping that it also includes any green card and visa holders from these countries. So if you were a citizen of these countries (Iran, Iraq, Syria and Sudan. Libya, Yemen and Somalia) and had the bad luck of being outside of the U.S. at the time the order went into effect, you’re now barred from entering the country for at least the next 90 days. Unsurprisingly, that’s already affecting the employees of many of the largest tech companies, which tend to draw from a global talent pool.

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