Stepped-up compliance and awareness training efforts are just the beginning of efforts to show employees the industry is on their side in ongoing workplace sexual harassment claims.
Articles by Michelle V. Rafter
Tax code changes, fallout from workplace harassment, the rise of artificial intelligence and other long-term trends will put the spotlight on workplace tech this year.
The technology’s use in human resources and talent is overhyped, and critics say it could do more harm than good. Regardless, expect to see more AI in talent economy’s future.
In the quest to be more agile, more companies are using freelance platforms to find and manage contractors — but not without careful planning.
Cybersecurity is one of the biggest threats a company faces, and employee data remains a vulnerable area executives need to protect.
The most egregious offenses include ghosting applicants, unprepared interviewers and putting candidates through tests that have nothing to do with the job.
Mobile devices, enterprise social network tools and other workplace apps have made it easy to deploy digital nudges to encourage employee behaviors.
Britain’s looming independence from the EU and fresh interest in nationalist policies in the U.S.has firms reconsidering their global talent strategies.
The old-school safety device is getting an internet-of-things makeover, leading more hotels and other organizations to give them to employees.
Uber’s effort to provide a freelance platform for independent truck drivers highlights a wider trend where freelance platforms are sweeping the workforce.