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.More
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.More
Five Resolutions for 2014
With the start of a new year comes a great chance for HR leaders to break some bad HR technology habits and open the door to some important opportunities.More
Fixing a Broken Process
Reference checking has long been a practice in need of repair, but that's beginning to change with the help of some practical new tools.More
It's a Wrap!
From awesome new HR technologies to informative conference sessions to all the networking opportunities, the 16th annual HR Technology®Conference continued a strong tradition.More
Mapping the HR Tech Landscape
To better understand the many competing technologies and keep up in a fast-moving market, here are some suggestions and strategies for staying informed and making the best technology decisions for your organization.More
Some Things to Consider
What are some of the common themes, attributes and characteristics that make an HR-technology solution "awesome"?More
The Road to 'Awesome'
The process for selecting HR's most "Awesome New Technologies" reveals an industry that continues to innovate.More
How Fun is Your HR Tech?
In an environment where the expectations for all kinds of technologies are changing, HR technologies included, the single-most important need your HR systems should be meeting is to engage employees and let them have fun.More
A Small Reminder of HR Tech's Greatness
For small to mid-size businesses, even basic HR technologies can drive meaningful business value -- a reminder to us all of HR tech's real promise.More
Scoring Serious Results Through Gamification
Social and mobile technologies are enabling employers to take their wellness efforts to the next level.More
Can Compliance Be Compelling?
While "boring," "mundane" and "unglamorous" are three words typically used to describe compliance issues, a case should be made for including another adjective: "compelling."More
Recognition Power of Technology
Traditionally, workplace technologies have been about record-keeping, managing defined processes, automating transactions, and keeping the lights on and the people paid. But there are some newer HR technologies that strive to break with that tradition and help organizations impact and improve engagement levels.More
A Different Look at HR Tech
HRE's newest column aims to provide HR leaders with information, analysis and opinions on how these new technologies are impacting the workplace, and how HR leaders are utilizing technology to drive positive results in organizations of all types and sizes.More