Even though Human resources has people at its core, technology is rapidly changing the industry whether in human resource planning, finding talent, career resources, absence management, and more. Check out articles on Human Resource Technology.
A frustrating activity In a fascinating talk at a PMI conference in Warsaw in 2015, Eva Johnsson mentioned the phenomenon of frustration in international conference
Intranet is the topic of this post, as remote collaboration and document storage become more and more important. Contemporary businesses confer that networking requirements and
Intranets play a key role today. Antecedently, workplace scenarios involving fixed hours of working, cubicle restricted tasks, and limited communication (both formal and informal), showcased
HRM is at a key inflection point in its evolution, according to a majority of global HR executives interviewed for KPMG’s Future of HR 2020
Information technology (IT) industry executives in the United Kingdom see another year of challenges ahead on the technology hiring front, according to research from technology