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Burned-out workers? This wellness app shines a light on those most at risk

By asking workers a daily wellness question, Thrive Global’s data analytics can identify employees who might be struggling.

What you need to know about sustaining your new HR tech

Wrapping up a tech rollout doesn't mean the project, or the work for HR, is over.

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.

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.

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.

Implementing HR tech: 8 realities HR must realize about rollouts

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

How to buy HR tech: Getting started with a strategy

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

SAP delivers free upskilling, aims to up underrepresented in tech jobs

Plus, HR Acuity buys an anonymous workplace reporting platform, meet this construction firm's new chief people officer, and new funding news.

Indeed drives job opportunities for veterans; plus HR tech funding news

In this week's Quick Hits column, Equifax shares its APIs, background-check firms team up and Leapsome opens a U.S. office.

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