You’d think this little tidbit wouldn’t need a research report, but: Gartner says more than three-quarters of hiring managers aren’t keeping up with digital hiring.
It looks like multinationals would rather upskill their HR teams to analyze workforce data and put it to use. And it’s becoming easier to do that as more products are launched to make data and analytics more accessible.
A new report says companies that prioritize workforce issues when they’re planning their transformation turn in stronger financial performances.
Finance and IT organizations are more visible HR technology during purchasing discussions, and sometimes that means HR gets more money than it asked for.
If employers want to build a strong learning culture, they’d better take a serious look at their learning technology. And if we said most companies have a lot of work to do in this regard, would you be surprised?
Beamery has launched a new product and, at the same time, stepped into new territory. It’s worth watching how the new Career Sites product and Beamery Digital's creative services perform together.
Here’s an interesting tech package designed to help employees make better decisions about their healthcare benefits.
The HCM Technology news roundup, from the HCM Technology Report. It’s July 29, 2019. Here’s some news, some headlines -- and a few minutes dancing along the edge of the corporate portal to… the Twilight Zone.
Employers are investing more in technology than they are in upskilling, despite tech's growing influence and Amazon’s lead.
SAP SuccessFactors adds AI assistant to its Marketplace; Workday buys a blockchain-based ID firm. That and more in this week's HR tech roundup.