HR Technology

  • It's a living thing

    Far from being like a machine, the modern business is more akin to a living organism. It is the connections between employees, the cells of the organism, which determine whether it thrives or perishes. Mike Handes outlines why social media forces HR to prioritize this technology shift read more

  • Inside info: offer latest technology to stay ahead

    New research has shed light on the expectations of the emerging workforce – and while shifts in technology are changing the way Canadians of all ages work, many employees feel insecure that their role with exist in the future. read more

  • Technology is a key factor in shared services

    Technology is often a deciding factor in the adoption of shared services, and 73% of public sector organisations believe that supporting technology is ‘important’ or ‘very important’ when implementing a shared service for HR and payroll, according to new UK research. read more

  • Technology Insight: The rise of the tablet

    From the bedroom, to the boardroom, to the highest office in government, the tablet is radically changing our relationship with technology. Ari Kopoulos explores the learning and productivity gains that tablets can bring to the workplace. read more

  • Gen Y is in your workplace...but out of your office

    A new report has provided insights for HR departments seeking high employee engagement from young talent. As Kevin Bloch writes, the report is the strongest indication yet that sound technology policies are critical to supporting and influencing the next generation. read more

  • Head in the cloud: Is HR technology moving on-demand?

    Advocates of on-demand technology - sometimes known as cloud computing or SaaS - are locked into eternal debate with advocates of on-premise software. HRM Online weighs the pros and cons of both read more

  • Branching out: Web 3.0 branding

    When it comes to employer branding, HR are often advised to think like marketers. However, in an age of Web 3.0 and social networking is this advice outmoded? HRM Online presents a four point strategy for employer branding in a Web3.0 world read more

  • Generation Y and the rise of interactive and online HR

    As older generations start withdrawing from the workplace it is essential for today's businesses to adopt HR technologies, processes and practices that enable interaction with Generation Y, writes Maree Mattner read more

  • Video made the HR star

    The latest technology has transformed video conferencing from the sole domain of executives to a tool increasingly being used by HR departments for internal communication and education. Tim Fulton reports read more

  • Catch me if you can

    Just how skeptical should we be of online ‘professional profiles’ such as those found on LinkedIn? Very skeptical, writes Jacqueline Burns. read more