HR tech news this week: Aug. 2-6

From more accessible AI training to TA's 'pivotal' moment to deliver, here's a quick look at some of our top stories.
By: | August 6, 2021

How AI training is becoming more accessible: As companies across industries compete for tech talent and global executives report a skills gap among their workforce, particularly in areas like data analytics, IT, and executive and talent management, Intel and Dell Technologies are partnering to help train the next generation of AI-fluent talent, since AI increasingly underpins all of these facets of business operations. Read more. 

HR Tech Conference 2021: Maximizing tech for remote onboarding: Making the complex process of onboarding effective and compliant in a fully remote model presents a new series of problems to solve for HR, IT and business leaders—and it remains a critical need for HR this year and beyond. Read more.

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How can talent teams succeed in this ‘real, pivotal moment’ to deliver? “Every single organization, in every industry is currently facing a talent crisis,” says Tim Sackett, president of HRUTech.com and author of the best-selling book The Talent Fix. And it won’t be a short-lived crisis, experts agree. Read more.

Knowing the difference between tech deployment and implementation: Recent data shows that few employers report any significant effect on employee experience after they implement new HCM technology. That’s because implementation is missing the strategy piece, HR Tech Conference keynoter Jason Averbook says. Read more.

Elizabeth Clarke is executive editor of Human Resource Executive. She earned a journalism degree from the University of Florida and then spent more than 25 years as a reporter and editor in South Florida before joining HRE. Elizabeth lives with her family in Palm Beach County. She can be reached at eclarke@lrp.com.

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