Phil Albinus

Phil Albinus is 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. He can be reached at palbinus@lrp.com and on social media below.

HR Tech Quick Hits: Meet Ease’s new CTO, Cisco’s hybrid culture plans and automation heats up

Plus, the latest on a number of industry acquisitions and more from HR Tech Editor Phil Albinus.

Can today’s employee listening tools predict workplace violence?

Listening tools are designed to collect and analyze the data from employee sentiments—but can they look into their impulses?

Rising Star goes all in on VR talent marketplace for MGM Resorts

Developing the careers of the casino and hotel giant meant taking real and virtual steps for Mandi LaRue, director of organizational effectiveness.

HR Tech Quick Hits: Meta and McDonald’s, SAP exec steps down

Plus, the communications market is expected to soar in the coming years and more from HR Tech Editor Phil Albinus.

What HR tech is behind Walmart’s new global upskilling academy?

The retail giant's career growth and wellness training will be powered by cutting-edge VR headsets and solutions from Strivr.

How automation is transforming Chevron, Lego and Walmart

Leading CHROs explain what DEI transparency can achieve, the new role HR plays in business and more.

What ServiceNow’s latest acquisition reveals about HR’s priorities

Recession or not, Gretchen Alarcon of ServiceNow expects that HR will continue to focus on upskilling.

HR Tech Quick Hits: UKG’s new CEO, Guild raises gold, PayLogix expands

Plus, the company acquired today by ServiceNow, how to hire refugees as they start a new life, the updated program for the 2022 HR Tech Conference and more.

New IBM-EY venture takes aim at a major HR tech pain point

This could help HR leaders organize their many cloud-based solutions—which were not designed to operate together.

How Walmart, Chevron and The Lego Group select new HR tech tools

From VR to HCM, three chief HR leaders discuss what’s coming next.

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