'The Last Mile'

“The Last Mile” is the gulf between technology and users. When new tools are designed and introduced, details like training, the end-user’s background and work environment often delay adoption. HR practitioners are presented with analytics packages that assume they understand data science, or deskless employees are discouraged from tapping into their employer’s social tools during working hours. These are real problems that have a real impact on HCM technology’s success. We dig into these issues here.

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...
With the unemployment rate below 5 percent and employers continually bemoaning a talent shortage that is, in the words of ADP Vice President of Strategic Advisory Services Susan Hanold, "lasting longer than anyone expected," HR departments are feeling the pressure to increase both hiring and retention rates. You'd think that...
For a while, now, it’s seemed to me that at some point, the Learning and HR functions are going to become one. The increasingly dynamic, near-real-time approaches to performance management will be the primary driver, followed by the growth of experiential learning. A logical way for organizations to start...

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