HR Tech Magazine Selection

By HR Tech Magazine | Your personal HR Tech magazine!

People Analytics Is Core to the Future of the HR Function: Q&A with David Green

Today our guest is David Green, a true globally respected and award winning writer, speaker, conference chair and executive consultant on people …

Business Intelligence

If You Want to get More Done, Stop Equating Mobile Tech with Productivity

Focus on a culture of empowering your employees with mobile workflows that can be easily accessed in a few clicks, and the productivity gains you are looking for will follow.<p>There’s a myth among business leaders that mobile technology will cause productivity to skyrocket.<p>The myth is one of the big …

Mobile

Your Perfect Home Workspace Is Just Seconds Away With This One Remarkably Powerful Tip

According to a 2017 Gallup survey, 45% of employed Americans said they spent at least some time working remotely -- more than ever before.<p>If you find it becoming more and more necessary that you take your work home with you, know that you're not alone.<p>According to a 2017 Gallup survey of more than …

Vmware

What are Josh Bersin's 3 disruptive HR technology trends for 2018?

The world of HR technology is innovative, exciting, and employee-focused, according to <b>Josh Bersin, who observes that</b> the market is in a major cycle …

Innovation

7 tactics to recruit AI talent in a market dominated by tech giants

Artificial intelligence and machine learning is a growing field. The amount of talent in the pipeline is not nearly enough to meet the demand as more and more companies turn to AI solutions. Universities are now developing curricula to meet these needs, but at present, experienced ML researchers …

Machine Learning

AI searches for new inspiration

Deep learning — the AI technique that allowed a computer to beat a world-champion Go player — has become very good at recognizing patterns in images …

Artificial Intelligence

The Automation of HR: Take Us to Your CHRO

Back in 2014 the Associated Press started using automation software to write quarterly corporate-earnings reports.This software, known as Wordsmith, …

Intelligence

Is HR doing enough to keep up with technology?

Most Discussed<p>HRD investigates the biggest barriers to transforming a culture and how to successfully enact change<p>Often conduct complained about in …

Human Resources

This Popular Search Phrase Says Everything About the Job Market in 2017

When it comes to the job search, our queries tend to be pretty aspirational, though new data suggests that may be steadily changing.<p>You can tell a …

Employment

Commentary: Why unlimited vacation means more time in the office

LONDON: Whenever I get an email from LinkedIn telling me about all the new jobs I can apply for, I usually click delete.<p>But last week, desperate to …

The Workplace

Google and Disney Do This for Happier Employees. Here Are 5 Ways You Can Do It Too

Science says this leadership tool can motivate workers to feel better and do more.<p>'Tis the season to give thanks.<p>And when it comes to the workplace, science says expressing gratitude to your employees doesn't just keep them happy, it keeps them on your payroll.<p>Studies show that workers who don't …

Walt Disney Company

The Future Of Work: How Artificial Intelligence Will Transform The Employee Experience

Artificial Intelligence is on the verge of penetrating every major industry from healthcare to advertising, transportation, finance, legal, education, and now inside the workplace. Many of us may have already interacted with a chatbot (defined as an automated, yet personalized, conversation between …

Human Resources

The Resume is Dead, Says This Hiring Expert

The business world is evolving in a direction where the resume isn't always necessary, and certainly not the best method a company has for evaluating a potential hire.<p>Absolutely no one enjoys making a resume. It's a painful time-suck to come up with the best language with which to sell yourself, …

Employment

Designing conversations for bots and AI

<i>To advance from thinking machines to feeling machines, designers must understand verbal behavior, embrace the machine, and consider community</i><p>By now, …

UX Design

Focus on firm-wide information value chains, not HR analytics

HR departments have 68 per cent greater impact on customer value when they play a major role in architecting the firm’s information value chain than …

Human Resources

General Overview of Artificial Intelligence and the Role of Natural Language Processing in Big Data + (the Yes' and Nos')

Artificial Intelligence Outline<p>AI means <i>‘Artificial Intelligence’</i> which refers to making machines to be able to perform intelligent tasks or …

Machine Learning

10 Reasons Entrepreneurs Burn Out

It’s hard to deny that starting your own business requires a significant amount of time, energy and intense dedication to hitting your goals.<p>As an …

Entrepreneurship

Saudi Arabia's Newest Citizen Is a Robot And She Just Had a Go at Elon Musk

Last year this robot said she would destroy humans.<p>An empty-eyed humanoid named Sophia has become the first robot in the world to be granted a …

Robots

Toxic VC and the marginal-dollar problem

Venture capital should come with a warning label. In our experience, VC kills more startups than slow customer adoption, technical debt and co-founder infighting — combined. VC should be a catalyst for growing companies, but, more commonly, it’s a toxic substance that destroys them. VC often …

Venture Capital

Computers are learning to recognize letters like we do

One of the ways computers distinguish humans from robots is with CAPTCHAs — that little box with a weird letter combination at the bottom of your …

Machine Learning

The easy way to become more productive at work

Take advantage of Daylight Savings Time to fall back to sleep.<p>Everyone gets a potential extra hour of shut-eye when we turn the clocks back on Nov. 5 …

The Workplace

Why Companies Are Going All-in on All-Hands Meetings, and Why You Should, Too

These three companies spent big bucks on all-hands meetings -- and why they say the cost was worth every penny.<p>Everyone needs time away from the office to recharge.But many entrepreneurs struggle to disconnect. And because they're the leaders of their organizations, this inability of theirs to take …

The Workplace

What Everyone Gets Wrong About Change Management

Corporate transformations still have a miserable success rate, even though scholars and consultants have significantly improved our understanding of how they work. Studies consistently report that about three-quarters of change efforts flop—either they fail to deliver the anticipated benefits or …

Harvard Business Review

Five Ways Text Messaging Can Help with Open Enrollment

Open enrollment is a period in which your employees are able to compare all of the various benefits of your company that are available to them and …

Text Messaging

We’d be better at our jobs if we slept more.

New Glassdoor study reveals 74% of employees snooze less than 8 hours on work nights – and it’s hurting productivity.<p>Take advantage Daylight Savings …

The Workplace

3 Tips for Boosting and Managing Diversity in the Workplace

Diversity in the workplace provides a competitive advantage. But knowing that you need a diverse workforce is not the same as understanding how to manage diversity.<p><i>By Kirsten Blakemore (@KirstenBeMe), MA CPCC and Mattson Newell (@MattsonNewell), Director at Partners In Leadership.</i><p>Managing diversity …

Leadership

Five Things Millennial Workers Want More Than A Fat Paycheck

Dealing with a millennial workforce may seem like a challenge to management. Members of this generation have vastly different expectations than their elders and many businesses struggle to find a balance.<p>Employees jumping from job to job is an expensive issue for employers, and a 2016 Gallup study …

The Workplace

How to Be the Company Where Everyone Wants to Work

Many companies continue to struggle with building a strong company culture. Here's how you can capitalize.<p>In today's world, most people don't retire from their first job. Or their second. Instead, people change jobs, and careers, hoping to find the perfect fit. But they're not looking for the …

The Workplace