The People Equation
By Melissa Swift and Marc Gasperino
Any company can become digitally mature, but transforming an organization into one that's digitally sustainable is another matter entirely -- and requires the full support of HR.
HR Tech Gets Smarter
By Andrew R. McIlvaine, David Shadovitz and Michelle V. Rafter
Thousands of attendees at this year's HR Tech Conference got a good look at the future of the human resource function.
What's Coming Next in HR Tech
By Michelle V. Rafter
Look for voice-activated workplace apps, a variety of AI-aided systems and sprint-speed project trials and launches to soon enter the workplace, according to experts at the HR Tech Conference in Las Vegas.
ADP Rewrites Payroll, Everything!
It feels to me like getting a third version of the Bible. Until a few years ago, 68-year-old giant ADP used, sold or licensed mostly software it had bought from other vendors. Except for its legendary payroll system, Autopay, which pays the employees of 635,000 clients. Now, everything is getting rewritten from scratch.More
Raising the Bar
HRE editors announce their picks for the 2017 Top HR Products awards.
How Technology is Helping HR Gain Influence with the C-Suite
By Thomas Hammond, Vice President of Corporate Strategy and Product Management, Paychex Inc.
Big Three Steeplechase
By Bill Kutik/HR Technology Columnist
For the fifth year, this extended column handicaps the odds of the Big Three -- SAP SuccessFactors, Workday and Oracle -- becoming the top provider of next-generation HCM cloud systems.
Three Ways AI Powers People-Driven Success
By Adam Rogers, Chief Technology Officer, Ultimate Software
Director of Human Resources
Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards Inc.
By Julie Cook Ramirez
Career development is a concern that employers simply can't afford to overlook when it comes to attracting and retaining millennials, who are passionate in their quest for such opportunities.
SAP SuccessFactors Tops Workday -- In One Part of Gartner's Report
In Gartner's latest Magic Quadrant, SAP SuccessFactors inched ahead of Workday in the vision category. While naturally some protested, a full-day briefing with 10 executives on Aug. 1 at company headquarters and the company's SuccessConnect user conference four weeks later showed why that came to pass.More
A Cry for Help
From big cities to small towns, employers can no longer afford to stay on the sidelines when it comes to addressing today's workplace substance-abuse problem. But HR executives must exercise care as they walk through a substance-abuse legal landscape that includes issues of medical privacy, disability law, and balanced and effective performance management.More
HR's Rising Stars
By Jack RobinsonHRE
's 2017 "Rising Stars" distinguished themselves in a variety of industries as problem-solvers with bright futures in the HR profession.
By Mark McGraw
Scott Conklin has led an effort to overhaul Paycor's performance-management process to better reflect the professional-growth needs of its employees.
The Other Pay Gap
By Julie Davidson
The gap in pay between the private and public sectors can be bridged, experts say, by changing to a more market-based federal pay system.