Is the Gig Economy Shifting Gears?
New research suggests that many independent workers would prefer full-time jobs. That could mean slower growth in the so-called gig economy.More
Workday Puts on the Brass Knuckles
Even private presentations from the Big Three HCM vendors used to be gentlemanly affairs: never naming, let alone bad-mouthing, the competition. That's been changing lately, but now, fougeddaboutit! At its September user conference, Workday beat up the competition for hours in front of the Wall Street analysts. Right after announcing three major new products!More
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
Evaluating HR Technology Maturity
By James Arsenault, Director, Strategic Communications, Ceridian
Recalibrate Your Approach to Data and Analytics
By Ernest Cambareri, Workday Application Management Services Leader, Aon Hewitt
Ultimate Guide to Onboarding
SilkroadMake Sure New Hires Stay, Engage and Thrive
Everything you need to know about transforming new hires into engaged employees -- which leads to employee commitment and accomplishment. In this essential guide, you'll learn about onboarding basics, ways to improve existing programs, critical elements for success and more!
Juggling Paternal Rights and Job Duties
By Carol Patton
A new report uncovers some challenges men face when trying to make use of their company's parental-leave policies. Experts say incentives and managerial training are powerful tools to get more male workers to make use of such leave programs.
Unleashing the Power of Trust
Laurie Rowley, Guest Columnist
Research shows that people with higher levels of trust in their plan provider are more likely to demonstrate greater financial courage. So how can HR and benefit leaders make that happen?
Labor Law in the Uber Age
By Jack Robinson
Technology is driving demand for a new way to classify workers who are neither employees nor independent contractors. But some say there are easier fixes.