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].

Led by HCM, $2.2 billion invested in HR tech so far in 2024

WorkTech data shows the pipeline for HR tech is robust in 2024, with many CHROs increasing their technology budget as investors take note.

How to keep employee distrust from limiting your company’s AI strategy

AI has the potential to create high business value for organizations, but employee distrust of the technology is getting in the way.

A new ‘power duo’ emerges as the C-suite increasingly relies on HR leadership

CHROs and the C-suite must align closely to integrate people strategy with business strategy, according to new research from ServiceNow.

What the UKG layoffs say about resource redeployment in HR tech

As a private equity-backed HR tech company, UKG is likely making layoffs to invest in areas with higher potential returns, says industry analyst Josh Bersin.

What workplace teams need—and how HR tech can help

New research from i4cp shows how workplace teams can collaborate, create a network effect and amplify effectiveness.

‘Digital fluency’: What it is and why business leaders value it so much

In a recent study, nearly 70% of respondents indicated that digital fluency continues to increase in importance within their organizations.

What’s driving some orgs to adopt AI in HR, while others hesitate?

New research finds that smaller businesses may be missing out on competitive advantages like efficiency and strategic insight by waiting to introduce AI in HR.

Is HR doing enough to invest in tech-centered learning?

New surveys emphasize that AI integration requires ongoing reskilling and adaptation. Is this now an expected employment benefit?

How a focus on productivity may limit HR tech’s true business value

One of the hottest “selling points” for tech adoption in HR might be missing the mark, according to recent research from Gartner.

How new tech is challenging HR leaders to act as change agents

HR professionals need to understand AI concepts and how leaders can use new tools within their organizations, HRCI's Amy Dufrane says during an HR Tech Online keynote this week.