HR Tech & Analytics

  • Shot of people shaking hands during a team meeting in a modern office
    Image attribution tooltip
    PeopleImages via Getty Images

    Why IT needs HR and HR needs IT

    Fleetcor’s HR and IT teams rely on each other to streamline operations, widen visibility and boost employee experience. It's a symbiotic relationship that benefits all parts of the business.

    By Lindsey Wilkinson • Sept. 28, 2022
  • An aerial view of a dark-haired woman typing on a laptop at home
    Image attribution tooltip

    Photo by Vlada Karpovich on Pexels

    How the AI skills crisis is wasting money

    Studies show that the tech sector lacks qualified talent equipped to work with artificial intelligence and machine learning.

    By Sept. 27, 2022
  • Group of people on a business meeting
    Image attribution tooltip
    pixelfit via Getty Images
    Sponsored by Mercer

    6 questions you should be asking your salary survey provider

    Employee attraction and retention starts with quality data — ask your salary survey provider these 6 questions to make sure you’re using quality data.

    Sept. 19, 2022
  • A woman wears VR goggles, her arms are outstretched
    Image attribution tooltip
    Gabriel Pevide via Getty Images

    Into the metaverse: VR catches workers’ interest

    People are increasingly adapting to “the ‘phygital’ world,” a KPMG exec said.

    By Sept. 9, 2022
  • A woman of color looks at documents in distress
    Image attribution tooltip

    Photo by Marcus Aurelius from Pexels

    Compliance is tricky for any industry. It’s even worse in cannabis.

    Cannabis jobs have seen about a 27% increase each year since 2017, per Leafly. How are HR professionals rising to the occasion?

    By Sept. 9, 2022
  • Colleagues working in an office
    Image attribution tooltip


    Sponsored by Rightpoint

    The hidden potential of HR data

    Leverage your HR data to create better, more connected environments for your employees.

    By Paris Bielby, Director of Analytics & Insights at Rightpoint • Sept. 7, 2022
  • Group of individuals sitting around a table having a discussion.
    Image attribution tooltip

    stock image purchased by Rightpoint

    Sponsored by Rightpoint

    Embracing change: Leading with data to evolve the employee experience

    Use quantitative and qualitative data strategically to improve your employee experience.

    Aug. 15, 2022
  • A person holds a phone loading the LinkedIn app.
    Image attribution tooltip
    Edward Smith via Getty Images

    LinkedIn Recruiter to introduce ‘Diversity Nudges’

    The feature will offer filter recommendations for recruiters when a given talent pool is unbalanced, LinkedIn said.

    By Aug. 11, 2022
  • HR Dive survey project perception
    Image attribution tooltip
    Adeline Kon/HR Dive

    Hiring is HR's No. 1 priority and challenge. What now?

    The Identity of HR survey revealed the ways in which retention and talent acquisition pain points are inextricable.

    By July 19, 2022
  • Cyberattack and internet crime, hacking and malware concepts.
    Image attribution tooltip
    Techa Tungateja via Getty Images

    The FBI says fake job applicants are on the prowl. How can HR protect itself?

    Once hired, fraudsters could make off with a trove of sensitive client information. An FBI agent shared some tips on avoiding the scheme.

    By July 13, 2022
  • A pair of gloved hands touch a cannabis plant leaf
    Image attribution tooltip

    Photo by Kindel Media on Pexels

    How one firm addresses cannabis' growing need for L&D

    The cannabis industry continues to be a case study for talent development in a fast-paced, emerging market.

    By June 27, 2022
  • Image attribution tooltip
    Sean Gallup via Getty Images

    Employees cause more cyber breaches in healthcare than other industries, report finds

    Employees were responsible for 39% of healthcare breaches last year. That's compared to 18% across all industries, according to new Verizon research.

    By Rebecca Pifer • May 24, 2022
  • JPMorgan Chase is tracking employees through office-entry card swipes: report

    "We are treated like children who don't want to do their homework," one commenter said in a post. Business Insider published screenshots, accessible only by JPMorgan execs, describing the tracking dashboard.

    By Dan Ennis • April 21, 2022
  • Attendee services at SHRM's Workplace Policy Conference
    Image attribution tooltip
    Caroline Colvin/HR Dive

    4 areas the EEOC is watching in 2022

    The workplace bias watchdog said it is eyeing everything from vaccine mandates to artificial intelligence.

    By April 4, 2022
  • Female manager discussing business in creative office.
    Image attribution tooltip
    valentinrussanov via Getty Images
    Sponsored by Culture Amp Inc.

    Building a performance management system that works for you

    Unlock the full potential of performance management with an agile approach that empowers your top talent.

    April 4, 2022
  • A close-up of a paper pay slip with tax and pension information.
    Image attribution tooltip
    tattywelshie via Getty Images
    Deep Dive

    Despite 'unparalleled' outage, customers say they're sticking with Kronos

    Clients have not been without their frustrations, however. Some are calling for even more reimbursement from UKG as they recover from the December 2021 incident.

    By March 29, 2022
  • Image attribution tooltip
    Win McNamee via Getty Images

    Employers increasingly tie recruiter pay to candidate experience

    Establishing benchmarks can be an uphill battle for employers, but the concept of accountability can be key to improvement, said Talent Board's Kevin Grossman.

    By March 28, 2022
  • The Kronos outage disrupted one employer's payroll for more than a month. Here's how it moved forward.

    UMass Memorial Health had to quickly improvise a way to run payroll for more than 16,000 employees without hours-worked data, CFO Sergio Melgar told HR Dive.

    By March 21, 2022
  • Image attribution tooltip
    Ian Forsyth / Stringer via Getty Images

    Kronos ransomware attack raises questions of vendor liability

    Lawsuits stemming from a cyberattack with supply chain consequences has stakeholders considering contract minutiae. 

    By Lance Whitney • March 14, 2022
  • A person works from home
    Image attribution tooltip
    FreshSplash via Getty Images

    How HR can prepare for a cybersecurity attack — 'before it's too late'

    Two attorneys talked analog backup plans and other lessons learned from the Kronos outage.

    By March 3, 2022
  • Picture of LGBTQ pride flags
    Image attribution tooltip
    nito100 via Getty Images

    Turnover higher for those who did not declare a binary gender in Warner Music Group report

    The trend may signal a greater loss of nonbinary employees.

    By Feb. 9, 2022
  • Self-checkout area Safeway store at 415 14th Street, SE, Washington, D.C., on Aug. 11, 2020. Store opened Aug. 12, 2020.
    Image attribution tooltip
    Sam Silverstein/HR Dive
    Deep Dive

    Automation beckons retailers as labor challenges endure

    Technologies like self-checkout and ordering kiosks are offering relief to grocers unable to hire enough workers to handle essential functions.

    By Sam Silverstein • Jan. 19, 2022
  • Laptop
    Image attribution tooltip
    iStock / Getty Images Plus via Getty Images

    What will this decade bring for HR automation?

    As the global workforce increasingly adopts hybrid or remote work models, automation may play an increasingly large role in human resources.

    By Samantha Clark • Jan. 5, 2022
  • A woman looking at something at the office, Docusign.
    Image attribution tooltip
    Permission granted by DocuSign
    Sponsored by DocuSign

    Enhance your agility and scale your impact with workflow automation

    If you want to empower your team, then it's time to get to know the three ways workflow automation allows HR executives to set a new standard of flexibility.

    Dec. 13, 2021
  • Image attribution tooltip
    Sean Gallup via Getty Images

    Pandemic-driven employee surveillance may hurt retention, EU report says

    Monitoring "is something which needs to be done with judgement, care and skill," researchers noted.

    By Dec. 1, 2021