Even if you aren’t based in Europe, General Data Protection Regulation could have a huge impact on how companies handle employee data.
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Editorial Director Rick Bell joins Senior Editor Lauren Dixon to discuss Ultimate Connections, the conference for Ultimate Software in Las Vegas. The two gab about payday advances and what’s new in the world of HR conferences.
The rising tide of allegations and the #MeToo campaign point to the need for better workplace discussion and a culture where victims feel they can come forward.
Rosemary Haefner, the chief human resources officer at CareerBuilder, shares her perspective on the changes automation brought to HR and how the best recruiting teams are spending the time that automation freed up.
Whether an executive feels stigmatized when being coached depends on the approach management takes.
New technology and competition among HR software providers means there are a lot of trends in this space. Here are four to look out for this year.
The technology’s use in human resources and talent is overhyped, and critics say it could do more harm than good. Regardless, expect to see more AI in talent economy’s future.
Employment lawyer Jon Hyman joins Talent10x to discuss the ways in which companies should be changing how they think about handling sexual harassment at work in the wake of recent high-profile misconduct allegations.
Is hiring for “cultural fit” sustainable?