Picking the right tool and implementing it properly will help employees improve their productivity, but being too quick to roll out tools and not gaining feedback could lead to frustrated teams that don’t trust management.
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Editorial Director Rick Bell joins Senior Editor Lauren Dixon to discuss Ultimate Connections, the conference for Ultimate Software in Las Vegas. The two gab about payday advances and what’s new in the world of HR conferences.
New technology and competition among HR software providers means there are a lot of trends in this space. Here are four to look out for this year.
Technology helps keep onboarding speedy, but it should only do so to make room for additional training and culture building.
Software crafters at 8th Light all start out in an apprenticeship at the firm, which its leaders say creates a consistent culture of learning. Will it work for other companies?
Startups are understandably focused on building and scaling products. But ignoring basic human resources procedures will spell doom.
Supporters see it as a virtual wall, but detractors say problems abound.