In the U.S., this weekend is the Labor Day holiday. It’s a holiday to celebrate the American worker. I’m sure there are many other countries that celebrate their employees throughout the year. It totally makes sense to recognize the thing that makes your organization unique – people.
People also make your organization productive. So, I thought for this Labor Day weekend, I would round up a series of posts on a topic that people just can’t live without these days – technology. Employees use technology to find a job, get onboarded, receive training, and much more.
Because technology is moving at such a rapid pace, it can be a challenge to keep up with all of the tech terms and acronyms. So, if you’re wondering what the difference is between AI, ERP, HCM, and GDPR, here are some posts that can help:
Artificial intelligence has become part of today’s HR world. But what is it and how can it benefit us? Experts help us understand AI and how to use it.
Tech tools come and go, but many remain important. Boolean search helps recruiters source candidates faster. And that saves money in today’s war for talent.
Bots have become an integral part of daily work life. No surprise that they are part of HR too. Bots are being used to help recruit, onboard and engage.
The cloud – or cloud computing – is permeating almost every aspect of HR technology. To learn everything about the cloud, we ask Kronos to fill us in.
The latest on the HR Bartender series on HR Technology. What is an ERP and how does it compare to a HRMS? Brian Sommer from TechVentive has the answers.
GDPR, or General Data Protection Regulation, is designed to protect all EU citizens from data and privacy breaches. Even in the US, HR pros need to know about GDPR.
HR technology is a growing field. It can get pretty confusing. To help, Bill Kutik, co-founder of the HR Technology Conference shares everything HR needs to know about Cloud HCM.
Machine learning is quickly becoming an important data tool for HR professionals. What is it and how does it differ from artificial intelligence? Dr. Thomas Walsh from Kronos shares is expertise.
SEO isn’t just for marketers. HR pros need to know about SEO. So we asked Susan Vitale at iCIMS to share everything HR needs to know about SEO.
SaaS – software as a service – is a term we’ve all heard before. But what is it exactly? The experts at HR Direct tell everything to know about SaaS.
The Internet of Things – or IoT – is the latest technology term for HR pros. It’s all about connectivity but it’s much more than that.
HR pros need to know about software user experience (UX). Ultimate Software’s Martin Hartshorne tells us everything HR needs to know about user experience.
Organizations do not have to choose between people and technology. They are both important and should peacefully exist together to benefit the business. That being said, it is important for organizations and individuals to understand the latest technology terms, so we can ask good questions and make good decisions about the kinds of technology that will work best for us.
P.S. Speaking of HR technology, I’m excited to be spending next week at the HR Technology Conference in Las Vegas. It’s always a very educational and informative event. If you’re not planning to be there, be sure to follow the #HRTechConf event hashtag on Twitter and check out the HR Tech Insiders blog. It’s a great way to see the happenings from the comfort from your office.
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