HR Tech & Analytics

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    “A new era for AI and Google Workspace,” Google Product Announcements blog, March 14, 2023

    AI is coming to Google Workspace, too

    AI-crafted job descriptions in Google Docs are one example of the Workspace integration Google is touting.

    By March 16, 2023
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    AI issues hitting HR from ‘everywhere at once,’ former EEOC chair says

    Tools developed appropriately may be able to help with DEI initiatives — but therein lies the problem, experts said during a recent SHRM panel. 

    By Laurel Kalser • March 9, 2023
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    Lawsuits allege Kroger payroll transition glitch led to missed, incorrect paychecks

    Payroll and timekeeping systems changes have exposed companies to legal risks in recent months.

    By March 2, 2023
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    How HR can help prevent a workplace shooting

    Many warning signs simply go unreported, ClearForce CEO Tom Miller told HR Dive.

    By Feb. 16, 2023
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    Most employees using ChatGPT, other AI tools for work aren’t telling their bosses

    The rise of ChatGPT and other generative AI programs has the potential to change a number of industries, but such tools also have limitations.

    By Feb. 7, 2023
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    Employee surveillance is a counterproductive ‘shortcut’ for managers, executive says

    Sixty-eight percent of managers said they believed employee monitoring technology improved performance, according to a 15Five survey, but most employees disagreed.

    By Jan. 31, 2023
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    Five Guys says breach may have compromised applicant data

    The fast food chain said in letters to consumers that it first became aware of the breach in September 2022.

    By Jan. 10, 2023
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    UKG lost, destroyed employee data, P.F. Chang’s alleges in lawsuit

    The suit is the latest in a year of headaches for UKG.

    By Jan. 10, 2023
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    Could the ‘comprehensive learner record’ solve a hiring headache?

    The initiative is intended to make up for the shortcomings of the academic transcript, but it faces tough competition.

    By Chris Gaetano • Jan. 3, 2023
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    Is the metaverse the answer to hybrid work’s engagement problem?

    VR, AR and similar technologies hold promise, but specific workplace integrations are “fairly exotic” at present, one analyst told HR Dive.

    By Dec. 19, 2022
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    NYC delays enforcement of AI in hiring law to April 2023

    Many prominent HR stakeholders have submitted public comments asking for clarification on the regs.

    By Dec. 14, 2022
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    The responsibility of TD professionals in the ethics of artificial intelligence

    What is your role as a talent development professional in ensuring artificial intelligence is used ethically?

    Dec. 12, 2022
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    What does AI without bias look like?

    Inequitable framing, biased data and human prejudice can be augmented by artificial intelligence. But can AI address bias and reduce it?

    By Dec. 7, 2022
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    HR, health thyself: A comprehensive and collaborative HR “physical”

    The success of HR “health checks” hinges on ensuring that they are sufficiently comprehensive, data-driven and collaborative.

    By Fran Maxwell and Kim Lanier • Nov. 28, 2022
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    HR data is sought after on the dark web. How can employers protect worker info?

    System access, data retention and device use policies are a good start.

    By Brian Eastwood • Nov. 8, 2022
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    Surveillance, AI tech may violate labor laws, NLRB general counsel says

    Jennifer Abruzzo’s Oct. 31 memo is the latest in a long line of signals that the Biden administration will scrutinize workplace tech, a management-side attorney told HR Dive.

    By Nov. 1, 2022
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    What the White House’s ‘AI Bill of Rights’ blueprint could mean for HR tech

    The use of AI in hiring, recruiting and surveillance has shifted from a topic of speculation to tangible reality for many workplaces.

    By Oct. 18, 2022
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    Why the world is leaving employee intranets behind

    Find out how intranets failed to seize the moment and why the world is moving on.

    Oct. 17, 2022
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    Robots at work may prompt burnout — but aren’t replacing people yet

    “Most people are overestimating the capabilities of robots and underestimating their own capabilities,” one researcher said.

    By Oct. 14, 2022
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    As NYC restricts AI in hiring, next steps remain cloudy

    Other bills are on the books, but some hope regulation will ultimately force software audits and address algorithm biases.

    By Brian Eastwood • Oct. 7, 2022
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    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
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    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
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    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
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    Into the metaverse: VR catches workers’ interest

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

    By Sept. 9, 2022
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    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