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Risks and progress revealed by 25 years of continuous HR systems research

Stacey Harris takes a look back at a quarter-century of HR technology insights—and gives a sneak peek at this year's results, including a surprise about projected HR tech spending in the year ahead.

HR tech Number of the Week: HR systems overload

The number of HR tools organizations deploy is growing and adding complexity to employees' and HR leaders' lives.

The impact of the labor shortage and Great Resignation on today’s ATS market

Application tracking system provider Hireology's acquisition of franchise tool Hyrell could point to increasing consolidation in this crowded space, experts say.

Why HR must embrace people data and its related technology

Today’s HR leaders must analyze their people data to create vibrant workplaces where workers are valued, nurtured and engaged.

Seasonal hiring is different in 2022; how talent leaders can make the most of it

With more workers seeking seasonal roles, experts advise employers not to let the economy hinder their holiday hiring game.

HR Tech Quick Hits: Oracle Netsuite’s new tools; embracing remote/hybrid work

Plus, Workstream and Sharebite share funding news and HRCI adds a new board member.

Buying HR technology? You should start at the top of the stack

In today's market, the reality for many organizations is that 'time and resources are best invested in improving the experience,' writes global industry analyst Josh Bersin.

GM is building a ‘zero emissions talent pipeline.’ What that means for TA

HR Tech Virtual keynote speaker Kyle Lagunas reveals how General Motors plans to hire 12,000 new employees with the help of 150 recruiters and new HR tech. 

The 5 biggest HR tech trends coming your way this year

From adopting gig economy best practices to expanding the use of AI, here are the top 5 HR tech trends to look out for in 2022.

HR Tech Number of the Week: Spreadsheet use

HR leaders who still rely on Excel to manage their workforce are leaving the business vulnerable to stagnant data and less diversity.

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