By Andrew R. McIlvaine
What will the next 10 years bring to the recruiting and talent-acquisition function?
Here's a deeper look at three of the top 10 global trends identified in a new Deloitte report on human capital trends and how HR leaders can take advantage of them.More
Looking Forward to 2017 with Lessons From 2016
By Simone Smith, Digital Marketing Associate, OpenSesame
Planting the Seeds of STEM
By Julie Cook Ramirez
GE's Brilliant Career Lab puts cutting-edge technology in the hands of tomorrow's workforce.
Navigating a Shifting Vendor Landscape
Christa Manning, vice president and HR solution provider research leader for Bersin by Deloitte, shares her thoughts on the shifting HR technology landscape -- and what it means to HR leaders.More
The Art, Science and Impact of Implementing Data-Driven HR in 2017
By Michael Bollinger, Global Area Vice President of Thought Leadership and Advisory Services, Cornerstone OnDemand Inc.
The Ongoing Reinvention
By Mark McGraw, Andrew R. McIlvaine and Jack Robinson
As in years past, the 2016 HR Tech Conference illuminated the changing role technology plays in transforming the way employees -- including those in HR -- work.
Cream of the Crop
HRE editors announce their picks for the 2016 Top HR Products awards in areas such as recruiting, screening, HR benchmarking, financial security, coaching, culture assessment and compliance.More
A New Perspective on Engagement: The Complete Employee Experience
By Cecile Alper-Leroux, Vice President of HCM Innovation, Ultimate Software
Harnessing the 'Spillover' Effect
By Maura Ciccarelli
New research finds bottom-line benefits when organizations spend time carefully considering which employees should sit near each other. But experts warn that the "peer spillover" effect can also have negative consequences.
New Intel for Talent Acquisition!
Baby Boomers like me, after decades of following HCM, have been worrying about where the new analyst talent is coming from. Particularly when the "dark side" (aka vendors) often pay those smart people more money. Happily, there are "Three in Their Thirties" going at it in Talent Acquisition with already solid results. And you can get some of their content for free!More
The (Other) Airbnb Experience
By Will Bunch
Fast-growing travel-rental company sets new standards for managing and engaging workers by focusing less on perks and schedules, and more on what they actually experience on the job.
Making an Impact
The WhatWorks Awards, Bersin by Deloitte's 2016 competition, recognizes leading strategies throughout all spectrums of HR, including learning, leadership and talent.
Creating a More Consumer-Like Experience
Josh Bersin, principal and founder of Bersin by Deloitte, elaborates on a few of the big HR-technology disruptions he sees on the horizon.More
Enabling Better Business Transformation
By Kathy Bries
Organizations must to find new ways to enable employees to gain valuable skills, while employee learning and development must be reimagined and redefined so employees can drive their own careers and development.
Let's Applaud the Encore of Salary.com!
HR technology is full of "Second Acts," most famously Dave Duffield starting Workday with Aneel Bhusri after losing PeopleSoft. But I don't know many encores we've had like Kent Plunkett buying back Salary.com: the company he founded in 1999, lost 11 years later and is now busily re-inventing. It's quite a yarn.More
Data vs. Discretion in Hiring
By Maura Ciccarelli
When it comes to relying on either hiring managers' judgement or pre-hiring assessments in making hiring decisions, new research gives a slight edge to the assessments. But experts say nothing can replace a collaborative relationship between recruiters and hiring managers.