AI is modernizing HR beyond talent acquisition. According to Littler’s 2018 Annual Employer Survey AI and data analytics guide HR strategy and management decisions (31%), analyze workplace policies (24%), and automate tasks (22%).
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At the last SHRM event in Chicago, the most popular vendor had to be Careerbuilder’s interactive booth. HR pros lined up like kids waiting for a Disneyland ride. Sure, we had to spin a wheel for a give-away, but what really held our attention was the video of a mobile experience that leverages AI, augmented […]
The creative industry has long been thought of as “fun”; you get to work in music, entertainment, design, marketing, advertising, technology and branding to name a few. The creative space is our market and we see how our clients are innovators not just in their products but also in the way they recruit their next […]
As an HR professional, one gets multiple requests from salespeople of HR technology companies to choose their platform over competitors when it comes to Performance Management. Performance management is a process that provides the employee feedback and promotes their effectiveness. Michael Armstrong, in his Handbook of Performance Management, 2009 described it as “the continuous process […]
Earlier this year we wrote about the war for talent and the top ways to be agile in recruitment. Circling back to this topic, we’re bringing you even more insight. We reached out to our network of industry experts and asked for their thoughts on how else to come out on top. To gain perspective […]
“I’m a great believer that any tool that enhances communication has profound effects in terms of how people can learn from each other.” – Bill Gates Technology tools that encourage effective communication and collaboration in the workspace also ignite employee engagement and businesses agility and the ability to scale more easily. If your team is […]
Coming from Los Angeles, I knew people who taught barre for a couple of hours in the morning, then hiked Runyon by 11 AM, went to an audition, then drinks with friends while I was stuck in the office staring at their Instagram and their freedom. Ryan Gosling famously (and controversially) commented that nobody works […]
When you think of companies with a reputation for treating their employees well; Google, Netflix, Salesforce, PwC, L’Oreal and GE immediately come to mind. You think of them despite never having worked for them nor knowing anyone who does. Importantly because they have succeeded in employer branding. Employer branding is the method which companies utilize […]
I don’t mean to scare you but… please note: there is officially a talent war on the go in the United States. Statistics Technology Market: 86% of managers are finding it challenging to find and hire technical talent. (Indeed.com). 83% believe that shortage of tech talent has hurt their business through lost revenue, slower […]
Narrowing the gender pay gap is a hot topic these days. One of the ways to combat wage inequity is through banning the salary history question most candidates are faced with. Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, and Puerto Rico are states that passed laws banning salary history. Cities like New York and Philadelphia have followed suit. More so […]