Many emerging HR technologies are solidly in the realm of 'must-haves,' while others remain hype. Here's some advice to help you discern which is which
"The number of HR technology choices have exploded in the last few years. That means there's more pressure on HR leaders to separate what's hype from what's helpful.
As a chief HR officer, chief people officer or other HR leader, you'll need to identify which software is truly helpful and reject technology that doesn't really bring value. That means choosing the tools that support your strategy and leaving aside those that qualify as "shiny new objects."
Here are eight HR technology trends for 2020 that you'll want to research..."
IT leaders and recruiters discuss the over-the-top ways they've attracted tech talent - and five lessons you can apply from them in 2020
"In a new report from Harvard Business Review Analytic Services, an anecdote from Justin Kershaw, global CIO at Cargill, demonstrated the lengths IT leaders will go to attract top talent in today's competitive market - the length of the Charles River, to be exact.
'A lifelong rower, 'Kershaw' was preparing to race in Boston's Head of the Charles Regatta last year when he and a friend rowed past the MIT boathouse,' stated the report. When they spotted the Sloan School Rowing Club on the dock, Kershaw didn't let the opportunity pass him by...