Jill Barth

Jill Barth is HR Tech Editor of Human Resource Executive. She is an award-winning journalist with bylines in Forbes, USA Today and other international publications. With a background in communications, media, B2B ecommerce and the workplace, she also served as a consultant with Gallagher Benefit Services for nearly a decade. Reach out at [email protected].

Why aren’t HR pros relying on AI to assess hiring decisions yet?

Only 12% of HR leaders have used AI in hiring to assess candidates and make talent-related decisions, according to a study by SHL.

Now open for submissions: 2024 Top HR Tech Products of the Year

'Human Resource Executive' and the HR Technology Conference & Exposition announce the opening of the Top HR Tech Products of the Year competition.

Why tech can’t deliver HR transformation without the right leadership

While recognizing the importance of data in HR transformation, Josh Bersin warns against relying solely on technology to drive systemic change.

How HR tech tools can unlock ‘productivity abundance’

The once-straightforward correlation between tasks and productivity has become blurred in today's complex, collaborative environment.

See why AI training and people analytics are HR tech priorities

CHROs can drive business goals by better using people analytics, which may require deeper AI training, a trend picking up speed.

These orgs hired a chief AI officer. Does your company need one?

A chief AI officer should support your company's overarching AI strategy. Here's how CHROs can plan for AI leadership within their organizations.

How HR leaders can shape AI-based HR tech implementations

Many organizations will initiate AI implementations this year. Here's HR tech advice for people leaders and their teams.

Why artificial intelligence is ‘top of mind’ as ethics leaders gather in Paris

Government and business organizations work together to support the development and deployment of safe and trustworthy AI.

How AI platforms connect employers with executive job seekers

With openings for top executive roles rising, this tool functions as an AI-driven platform, connecting employers with executive job seekers.

U.S. states are not ‘waiting on Congress’ to regulate AI

Lacking national legislation similar to the EU, state lawmakers proposed 440% more AI-related bills last year than in all of 2022.