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HR Tech Quick Hits: Global HR tech market on track to exceed $38B

Also, Lattice hires its first chief people officer, the latest on industry partnerships and more from HR Tech Editor Phil Albinus.

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.

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.

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.

The workforce of the future, according to Top 100 HR Tech Influencers

The need for skills and an influx of flexible workers are poised to shatter the workplace as we know it. Is HR prepared?

3 lessons for HR leaders from my years of reviewing Top Products

Steve Boese, HR Tech Conference chair, reflects on the hundreds of demos he's taken and offers advice for prospective buyers.

How an employee-driven payroll system can promote financial wellness

By putting workers in charge of entering work hours and PTO requests, HR leaders can reduce errors and focus on employee experience.

Top HR Products of the Year is now open for entries

The annual competition showcases new and innovative HR technology solutions.

How TA tech and data power this firm’s high-volume hiring

Hiring hourly workers is far from easy, but one security firm turned to high-end data and recruitment tech to improve its hiring processes.

The importance of the people’s role in your digital transformation

Companies that invest in digital transformation without considering the impact on employees will lag behind.

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