Being a Better Consumer
Organizations can do a better job working with their providers of HR technology -- and thereby drive improved business outcomes -- by following the five simple tips below.
'Awesome' from the Start
For the first time, six companies just out of the gate will be showcasing some impressive solutions during a new session at this year's HR Tech.
A 3-D View
The best and most successful HR and workplace technologies take a more comprehensive approach and address the needs of the organization, manager and individual.
Big Themes in Tech
Here are a few important HR trends that need to be top of mind for HR leaders as they navigate the rest of 2014 and beyond.
What HR Pros Want to Know
The Inside HR Tech columnist answers three of the more pressing questions from HR practitioners attending SHRM's annual conference.
No Summer Break for HR Tech
Whether your organization is searching for a new HR system or tool, in the middle of an implementation or just trying to improve the usage of an existing HR system, summer can be an especially good time to devote to HR-tech projects.
An Exercise in Trendspotting
Several important and transformational themes can be gleaned from this year's HR Tech speaking proposals.
Promises from the Cloud
Even seemingly "administrative" technologies reveal HR tech's new promise of turning workforce data into an asset for operational and strategic advantage.
Five Rules of Thumb on HR Tech
Here are five ideas and tips on what to look for and think about when evaluating HR technologies to get the most bang for your organization's buck.
Learning from 'Big HR Tech'
Two recent events, one sponsored by IBM and the other by Oracle, offer some valuable take-aways not just for Fortune 1000 companies (the target market of these technology giants), but for small and mid-sized organizations as well.