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We Should Talk More About HCM Technology Results, Not Systems

HR analysts and commentators might help practitioners and CHROs more if they spent less time talking inside baseball and more time thinking about what employers actually need to get done. Over on the HR Tech Blog, Sarah Brennan argues that too much discussion about HCM strategy and technology is driven by buzzword-driven conferences and consultant research papers. […]

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Robo-Advisors for Financial Benefits? Don’t Get Ahead of Your Workforce

A study by LendEDU, which is in the business of refinancing student loans, found that despite Gen Y’s and Gen Z’s penchant for technology, they’d rather deal with a human beings than robo-advisors when it comes to getting financial advice. With the Blade Runner sequel now hitting old-fashioned theaters–you know, the kind where you watch a movie […]

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As HCM Vendors Look at SMBs, the ‘Microbusiness’ Market Remains Wide Open

The HCM technology landscape is changing rapidly to accommodate businesses with fewer and fewer employees. Although an increasing number of providers have been heading in that direction for several years, the industry is approaching the first of several tipping points that will result in tech solutions designed for companies of all sizes. We base this […]

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SHRM 17 Recap: The Coming Mobile Divide, New Opportunities in Data

SHRM’s annual conference is something that has to be experienced to be appreciated. This year, 15,415 HR professionals attended 226 presentations and walked more than 200,000 square feet of exhibit space showing off the products of 648 vendors. What couldn’t be estimated was how many attendees appreciated the irony of eating box lunches in New […]

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IBM Report Lays Out a Case for Cognitive HCM Technology

Two-thirds of chief executives surveyed by IBM say cognitive computing will “drive significant value” in Human Resources. On the surface, that implies they’re more bullish on the technology than HR leaders. The company’s report says only 50 percent of those believe cognitive systems could potentially “transform key dimensions” of their departments. The report, by IBM’s […]

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