Box HR exec: Tech should improve transparency for employees | How HR management systems can make a difference | HR finds AI is helping with recruitment
March 20, 2019
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Box HR exec: Tech should improve transparency for employees
Box uses technology to help employees collaborate and stay in touch with what's happening throughout the company, says Christy Lake, chief people officer. "Teams shouldn't have hurdles to jump through to get information; the faster it's available the faster we move and that helps everyone," she says.
HR Dive (3/18) 
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How HR management systems can make a difference
HR management systems can improve engagement, give employees easy access to information and help determine which types of job candidates end up working out the best, writes Andrew Ly. HRMS is different from HR capital management and HR information systems in providing "an integrated system that can follow employees end-to-end from recruiting to exit interviews," he argues.
HR Morning (3/18) 
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Create a Culture of Well-being
How can you improve the health and well-being of employees at work, home and in their communities? Learn to build a culture of well-being that boosts performance and enhances the employee experience. Explore the five pillars of behavior change today.
Social Recruiting
HR finds AI is helping with recruitment
A Gartner survey suggests nearly one-quarter of companies are using artificial intelligence for identifying available talent, screening resumes and other HR and recruiting functions. "There should always be a human in the loop when there's important decisions about hiring being made," argues John Jersin of LinkedIn Talent Solutions.
The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model) (3/14) 
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Organizations see success with recruitment tech
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis has used TextRecruit to communicate with job candidates via text messaging, improving response rates and facilitating contact outside normal business hours. Southwest Airlines also turns to technology for recruiting by using Work4 to allow employees to use their Facebook pages to advertise job listings.
Society for Human Resource Management (tiered subscription model) (3/12) 
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Mobile Device Usage is a Threat to Data Security
74% of global IT leaders reported a data breach due to a mobile security issue. Discover how cybersecurity is shifting to meet the needs of a mobile world, and why it's critical to not fall behind. Learn how to protect your organization from mobile threats in The Convergence of InfoSec & Mobile.
Engagement Technology
Employees struggle with increasing use of apps, survey says
An increase in required workplace apps is frustrating employees and affecting their productivity, a RingCentral survey says. "There are so many new systems being introduced, and companies are still struggling with integrating multiple systems, and this causes workers to tune out," says Cheryl Cran, founder of NextMapping.
Society for Human Resource Management (tiered subscription model) (3/7) 
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Workforce Data
HR gradually turns to organizational analysis
More vendors are selling organizational network analysis, which uses work email and other communication systems to show employees' business connections and progress, writes Bill Kutik. The information gives HR insight on leadership development, workforce diversity and teamwork, he writes.
Human Resource Executive (3/8) 
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HR Learning Technology
How to teach employees who cling to screens
Train employees who are accustomed to the digital world by including business simulations and games, setting aside time for group-based learning and rewarding those who interact with others, writes William Hall, president of Simulation Studios. "All employee development activities should demonstrate an impact on business outcomes," he writes.
Chief Learning Officer online (3/13) 
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What to look for in a learning management system
Learning management systems should communicate with IT systems, generate reports on people's progress and include a mobile app, writes Brian Carlson. "An LMS should be built with accessibility in mind so that it can meet different user needs and learning preferences," he writes.
Association for Talent Development (3/13) 
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IHRIM Webinar: D&I Technology: The Rise of a Transformative Market | April 4
In this session, you'll learn about the technologies available today, the problems they are addressing, how organizations are using them, and predictions about how the market will change in the next 18 months. Some learning objectives include participants being introduced to the concept of D&I Technologies and learn how they fit into the talent management cycle, addressing everything from candidate sourcing and selection to learning & development and D&I analysis and monitoring. Learn more and register.
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IHRIM Webinar Series: IHRIM's HR Data Explosion | Until June 18
This series is bi-weekly on Tuesdays, March - June from 12-1pm Eastern. Checkout the lineup: Leveraging Payroll Data and Survival Analysis to Improve the Employment Experience | Learning & Performance Powered by Data, AI, and Analytics | Cleaning Up Your HR Data Landscape | Org Charting and Data Visualizations for Open Headcount Management | And much, much more. Register Today!
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