Choosing an HR Software Partner
By James C. Madden Jr.
Over the past five years, more than $4.5 billion has been invested in HR software companies, and the size of the market is estimated to reach $9.2 billion by 2020. Here's a guide to help you choose the right HR software partner for your organization's needs.
A Banner Year for HR Tech
Sierra-Cedar's latest HR Systems Survey suggests 2015 has been an exciting year of record HR-tech spending plans, core purchases in the cloud and investments in new innovations.More
Innovating Beyond Outsourcing
By Jim Madden
Next-generation technologies will gain popularity by responding to a workforce that is more distributed, independent and less affiliated with a single employer. The outcome is that, through "worksourcing," both employees and employers will be more empowered than ever before.
Addressing 'Egregious' Online Behavior
By Kecia Bal
While examples have been plentiful of National Labor Relations Board decisions erring on the side of free-speech protections in social-media posts, a new board ruling shows some worker discussions on online platforms may be explicit enough to justify action on an employer's part.
Tech Changes Coming
By Kristen B. Frasch
The Sierra-Cedar Survey unveiled at the HR Technology® Conference shows HR-tech spending on the rise, mobile adoptions moving forward and cloud deployments overtaking licensed ones next year.
Where Has HR Gone?
By Sean Bisceglia
HR departments today have an uphill battle just getting replacements for team members who leave, yet a new study finds that, despite anticipated growth, companies are expecting to reduce their HR staff.
Leading the Way
The editors of Human Resource Executive® announce their choices for the top 10 HR products of 2014.
Banning Wearable Tech at Work?
By Lin Grensing-Pophal
Wearable technology holds both great promise and great peril in the workplace of the future. Here's what HR leaders need to know to get ahead of this latest tech curve.