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Q: My daughter is pursuing a career as a programmer and hopes to work for a company such as Google. I’m proud of her talent and aspirations. However, I have some concerns about the technical industry’s record regarding women. First, they’re under-represented and then women seem to leave the industry after only working an average of 10 years. What advice would you give her?
The Democratization of Talent Management
We’re saturated. We’ve overwhelmed. The technology that was created to make our lives easier also generates more work. It has also given rise to new channels of communication that have further divided our attention—at the office and at home. Thanks to smartphones, “work/life balance” now means you can take your work with you wherever you go—including on vacation. There’s too much information, too many assignments, too many meetings and conference calls. We’re always on and live in a 24/7 workplace.
How Millennials learn may be reshaping the way employers plan and implement training and development programs.
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HIPAA Action Items After a Data Breach
The cyber attack on Anthem should spur employers to know their obligations
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Partnering with IT, getting free trials from vendors can be effective as well
When human resource leaders approach C-suite executives with requests to fund new HR technologies, they can feel a little like a teenager asking a date’s parents for permission to stay out past midnight.
Many office dwellers who work in front of computers for extended periods of time know there are unintended health consequences like increased risk for obesity and cardiovascular disease that come with 40+ hours of sitting each week. However, individuals with computer-oriented jobs often neglect to understand how a constant use of technology can impact eyesight and vision health.
Have you ever run or walked a 5K? Did you wonder how they knew your standing in the race?
It was because your race bib had a sensor—or “wearable technology”—that was activated as soon as you hit the start line and also registered when you hit the finish line. That data was sent to the run’s database and a day or so later it was available to you.
Are you considering a career in technology? Maybe human resources technology? Check out this comic-infographic of the Life of Grace Hopper by Pablo Stanley...
Hi, I’m Pablo Stanley and I’m an experience designer at Udemy. I was so inspired by Grace Hopper that I wanted to pay tribute to this rarely recognized pioneer. Hope she inspires you as much as she inspires me.
ACA tracking and reporting requirements often go beyond what many systems provide
Employers that have moved their core transactional HR functions, such as payroll, to cloud-based software-as-a-service (SAAS) do so for greater organizational agility and potential cost-savings. This shift, though, requires a change in mindset that many “undervalue and oversimplify,” according to a new report.
HR should prepare now for the influx of wearable technologies—before they’re undetectable
By 2018, 95 percent of people will connect to the Internet from a smart device—and HR might not be prepared to handle what some are calling the Internet of Things (or the Internet of Everything) and its impact on the workplace.
We are in a dynamic, exciting, and yet constantly changing workplace environment. As the techie generations – Gen X and millennials – establish themselves into the workplace, they also bring about change.
Now think about the shift from typewriter to desktop computer to laptop to tablet. Each of these technology evolutions changed how we did business. Fast-forward to a world where everyone is receiving information at a rapid rate and add to the mix an increase in healthcare costs and wellness advocacy.
The Magic of Technology meets the Shortage of Qualified Workers
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that “between 2012 and 2022, 1.3 million jobs will need to be filled - from new jobs and replacement needs - for computer occupations and information systems managers.”
Insights and Inspiration from the 2014 Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Technology
“It takes a great man to be a good listener” – Calvin Coolidge
The 2014 HR Technology Conference wrapped up an exciting week with a closing keynote session with R "Ray" Wang. We've captured some of the highlights below.
R "Ray" Wang, Founder and Principal Analyst, Constellation Research; Author of the popular enterprise software blog A Software Insider’s Point of View .
One of the recurring conversations I had during the first day of the HR Technology Conference revolved around using these tools to solve business problems. The issue with that, says Michael Rochelle, Chief Strategy Officer at Brandon Hall Group, is that “HR is a buffet of broken processes.” Applying technology to a misaligned strategy, poor tool selection, or inefficient process isn’t going to magically solve anyone’s problems—in fact, it’s just as likely to exacerbate the problem instead.