Phil Albinus is the former HR Tech Editor for HRE. He has been covering personal and business technology for 25 years and has served as editor and executive editor for a number of financial services, trading technology and employee benefits titles. He is a graduate of SUNY New Paltz and lives in the Hudson Valley with his audiologist wife and three adult children.
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The talent acquisition solution provider conducted a pair of tests on its AI-powered recruitment solutions. Here's what they found.
What HR everywhere needs to know about NYC’s new AI bias law
Starting April 15 after a delay, businesses with offices in New York City must ensure that biases do not appear in their AI tools. And this law could be coming to a city or state near you.
How one beverage distributor tackled chronic employee illness
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HR digitization strategies are lagging; here’s what HR leaders can do
Along with forging tight bonds with IT, HR needs to up its digitization knowledge to transform operations.
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A startup delivers benefits rivaling those offered by large companies, and a fintech firm names a new chief people officer.
The onboarding mistakes that are crushing company culture
New employees are often overwhelmed during the onboarding process, according to a new survey conducted on behalf of HR tech provider Glean.
Here are the latest people moves in the HR technology industry
These are the latest moves around the HR tech industry.
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By asking workers a daily wellness question, Thrive Global’s data analytics can identify employees who might be struggling.
AI and virtual care will be HR technology priorities in 2023
Here's what HR tech thought leaders and vendors say HR leaders need to keep on their radar for the coming year.
TA leaders take note: Job applications via smartphone on the rise
As older employees leave the workforce, younger candidates expect to apply for careers with their smartphones, according to new data.