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HR Technology

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.

Inside ADP’s updated payment app, and Microsoft offers free learning

Also in our HR Tech Quick Hits column this week, how a software vendor drove more than $120M in employee charitable giving and why one vendor is helping employees track their sleep.

Here are the latest people moves in the HR technology industry

These are the latest moves around the HR tech industry.

In this age of large-scale layoffs, can HR tech help you get them right?

HR leaders who are offboarding employees need to proceed with empathy while assessing the skills their organization will need for the future.

In a slowing hiring market, will AI finally revolutionize recruiting?

The recruiting industry may finally have to come to terms with its relationship with new technology.

Anticipating NYC’s anti-bias law, Beamery conducts an internal AI audit

The talent acquisition solution provider conducted a pair of tests on its AI-powered recruitment solutions. Here's what they found.

Implementing HR tech: 8 realities HR must realize about rollouts

HR must be 'eyes wide open' to maximize the potential of their new tech.

3 new fellows join the National Academy of Human Resources

Leaders from NextEra Energy, Microsoft and The Home Depot are the newest additions to the prestigious organization.

How to buy HR tech: Getting started with a strategy

This is the first of a three-part series on driving HR tech advancements.

Why people data analytics is poised to drive big change in 2023

Data analytics expert Hallie Bregman believes that people data can help develop careers, offboard workers ethically and discover hidden biases.

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