This article explains the ‘potential’ of payroll and how it can shape a business.
The ‘human’ in HR can be a very useful tool for AI.
Majority of employees find training videos to be a useful way of learning skills.
Can GDPR be a useful tool or just a bain on people in HR?
Read about the importance of workplace benefits.
How key is data to L&D? Have companies recognized this issue and implementing changes or are they behind the need to implement it?
HiBob’s UK MD Joel Farrow looks at how technology can tackle the challenges of the multi-generational workforce.
We find out about the least miserable and most happy workers in the UK
Sharp edges can be dangerous. And HR, whether it’s in- or out-of-house, is at the sharp end of cyber-security in two major ways.
Implementation of the GDPR will require several parts of the business working together to ensure that all aspects of data storage and processing within the business is GDPR ready.
Data analytics are an important HR function, as well as the impact of technology which has and will continue to shift the remit of HR
No industry is unaffected by the wave of change made possible by the ever-growing amount of data we are collecting, storing and analyzing. From banking and insurance to healthcare, manufacturing and marketing, data is being used to unlock new possibilities and push back boundaries. Increasingly, businesses will sink or swim according to how they react…
Collecting and acting on feedback from employees and customers is becoming essential to successful business decision making, prompting discussions about the emergence of a new board level representative – the Chief Feedback Officer – to take control of the area. What’s behind this idea and what exactly would someone with that job title do anyway?
Data and analytics skills could be more important in business than industry experience, management experience, or a second language, new research from Alteryx has revealed.
All too often the HR department is viewed simply as a team of firefighters, just called upon to defuse a crisis and then retreating to the shadows of the supportive “back office”. Businesses are quickly realising why this is unsustainable.