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Experts representing Bain Capital, Lyft and RingCentral agree: These tools will allow HR 'to speak the language of business.'
Proposed regulations are setting the stage for a massive overhaul of how companies govern AI.
Planning for the HR Tech Conference has unveiled an emerging theme within the industry.
It’s about to be a much different environment for job seekers—and employers.
New approaches to collaboration and a heightened investment in employee wellness are among the strategies.
These technologies are helping employers land the right talent with the least amount of hurdles, according to speakers at the HR Tech Conference.
AI and big data are opportunities for HR to enhance the employee experience, particularly in areas of DEI.
The Top HR Products keynote provides a quick look at some of the most innovative HR tools available right now.
COVID’s impact on the world of work was the topic Tuesday, from how it is fueling the tech market to skills leaders need to develop the ongoing changes.
Thousands of HR and tech professionals will gather online for the first-ever virtual HR Tech.
Before her HR Tech keynote, Tolbert spoke with HRE about HR's role in advancing D&I.
HR Tech keynote speaker John Sumser cautions HR to not hurry decision-making on these increasingly complex issues.
The HR thought leader explores the impact of prolonged uncertainty on HR technology.
These 16 solutions illustrate the HR tech innovation on the horizon.
People have, quite simply, changed forever. The humanization of work must follow.
HR needs to proceed with caution, especially around confidentiality.
The Sapient Insights Group managing partner explores some of COVID’s long-term HR impacts.
HR Tech keynoter Stacey Harris sounds off on what it takes to put together the industry’s biggest research report.
Greenhouse is working to embed anti-bias strategies in its design and development.
There's a need for dedicated analysts in the HR department, but little momentum, according to a new study.