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A new report finds that employees feel they're wasting work time on non-automated tasks.
Zebra Technologies’ Jeff Schmitz shares how the organization is navigating disruption.
Experts will dive into that topic at the Women in HR Tech Summit at HR Tech.
Conference chair Steve Boese reflects on pandemic-era HR tech—and looks to the fall in-person event.
Every function of HR needs to step up if employers want to offer more than hollow virtue signals.
These considerations may be less obvious, but they're key to hybrid success.
From who's using work communication tools the most to how the pandemic is reshaping HR technology, here's what you might have missed this week.
According to a new survey, HR leaders are optimistic about these solutions, especially for attracting, upskilling and retaining talent.
This kind of employee experience app is 'where work software is headed,' says one analyst.
There are big differences in the tech used by younger employees and business leaders.
The HR Tech Conference keynoter shares insights about market shifts, the labor crisis and more.
IA holds a 'huge amount of opportunity' for HR, says HR Tech speaker Stacia Garr.
Six winners emerged as the most innovative, accomplished and promising talent.
The event explores the latest trends in AI, wellbeing, DE&I and more.
Pandemic-driven innovation will be showcased at the Las Vegas event.
CHRO Sonia Mathai of Globality explains how AI complements human resources to help the function work faster and smarter.
From Prince Harry to Serena Williams, big names are jumping into the space.
Most employers are monitoring remote workers' digital activity—but it could be to their detriment.
Focus on the basics to get more people back to work.
These three areas of concern merit attention and a plan to combat bias, this expert writes.