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Andrew R. McIlvaine is former senior editor with Human Resource Executive®.
Today’s innovators delivered their ideas via fast-paced, five-minute “TED Talk” style presentations.
See Capacity, an AI-native knowledge sharing platform that connects apps, documents and team knowledge.
HR leaders share how virtual reality is reshaping training at their companies.
Here’s what some attendees had to say about the most exciting things they’ve learned at HR Tech 2019.
Kronos’ Aron Ain shared what his company does to retain great people.
Panasonic’s Lydia Wu offered a how-to on getting a talent analytics function up and running.
The global industry analyst discussed what HR leaders need to keep in mind about HR technology.
The global industry analyst discussed some of the biggest challenges and opportunities in HR technology.
Five leaders in the AI space discussed AI and HR, including the myth that machines will replace people.
The 2019 HR Technology Conference promises to be a record-breaker in more than one sense.
Troubling economic news may be encouraging workers to stick with their current employer.
The co-working company faces a number of lawsuits from former employees.
HR Executive of the Year David Rodriguez is focused on ensuring that employees feel welcome and inspired.
A new report from The Conference Board finds that HR needs to be plugged-in to what employees are passionate about.
Companies such as Walmart have extensive plans in place for extreme weather—for good reason.
A new study finds that 45% of employees believe the workplace is skewed toward millennials.
Hire demise reflects the competitiveness within the ATS market, experts say.
Recession worries aside, two surveys find companies are forging ahead with hiring, bonus plans.
Many employees think they’d be more effective than their managers.
Most say traditional interviews give them a better opportunity to evaluate the job and organization.