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As technology advances, so does the opportunity for vendors to serve business of all sizes. But HCM technology is constantly changing as new companies emerge, old vendors plan for market changes and new generations of employees demand more from their tools. Here’s our coverage.

Our weekly roundup of deals, product announcements and other HR technology news. Salesforce announced Work.com, a suite of tech solutions and resources designed to help businesses reopen safely, and re-skill their workforce. Work.com includes solutions for both the private and public sectors, including employee...
CFOs seem to be more cautious about reopening their businesses than many governors are about reopening their states. As some jurisdictions contemplate lifting stay-at home orders and encourage companies to open their doors, corporate leaders see the path to recovery as being increasingly complex, lengthy and expensive. The...
Our weekly roundup of deals, product announcements and other HR technology news. Namely introduced Managed Benefits Pro, a service meant to simplify benefits administration for mid-sized employers. The service includes carrier invoice reconciliation services, Affordable Care Act Consulting and a healthcare concierge. Fuel50 launched...
The Conference Board rolled out a collection of checklists intended to help HR leaders prepare a new approach to workplaces as companies plot their approach to beginning new-normal operations. HR departments face “a daunting task,” as they plan for the gradual reopening of the economy, the business...
Mark Feffer: Welcome to PeopleTech, the podcast of the HCM Technology Report. I'm Mark Feffer. Today, I’m talking with Cecile Alper-Leroux, Vice President of HCM Innovation at Ultimate Software. She’s an economic anthropologist by training...
Our weekly roundup of deals, product announcements and other HR technology news. New job ads during the week ending March 28 dropped 60 percent compared to the week ending March 7, according the market-intelligence firm Greenwich.HR. Job advertising overall was down 5 percent in...
With more than 16 million Americans out of work and more layoffs expected, and financial executives taking an increasingly sober view of COVID-19’s impact on their business, some HR technology vendors may have reason to hope. While most employers are looking for ways to cut costs, and...
Our weekly roundup of deals, product announcements and other HR technology news. LinkedIn expanded its Recruiting for Good program to help hospitals and other essential businesses recruit workers and volunteers during the pandemic. According to CNBC, the company has assigned 100 employees for about 540 hospitals, and is...
Mark Feffer: Welcome to PeopleTech, the podcast of the HCM Technology report. I'm Mark Feffer. Today, I talk with Martha Bird, business anthropologist at ADP Innovation Lab. Her job is to make sure that the human element is accounted...
A number of CFOs plan to slow down their payment of vendors in a bid to preserve cash as the coronavirus continues to spread and a global economic crisis takes hold. At the same time, most are confident they can make critical payments for at least 90...