Posts Tagged HR Tech
What is one risk or one reward of utilizing AI in HR?
To help you understand the risks and rewards associated with using AI in HR, we asked HR professionals and business leaders this question for their insights. From setting realistic expectations to considering litigation risks, there are several risks and rewards to consider when implementing AI in HR.
Here are eight risks and rewards with AI in HR:
In 1984, I was working as a budgeting and finance manager in a headquarters program office for the U.S. Navy. Although I’d had exposure to computers a decade earlier in high school, the most sophisticated piece of technology in the workplace at that time was the IBM Selectric typewriter, with removable typeface balls that allowed the user to change fonts (relatively) easily.
HR departments are now involved in analyzing HR metrics at more than 90% of enabled organizations, according to a recent employer survey.
That’s great news for HR as a professional group, but if you are a member of the roughly 10% currently outside the HR analytics loop, then you’ve got some work to do to level up. Fortunately, catching up has never been easier.
Occasionally I get a question from a reader, such as below.
Today’s question is about software, tools, and technology that HR pros should know about.
On October 2, @shrmnextchat chatted with @jeanneachille, an HR technology expert, the founder and CEO of The Devon Group, and Chair of the Women in HR Technology Summit, about Women in Technology.