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2014 HR Technology Conference: The Digital Impact on HR

Hello from the 2014 HR Technology Conference in Vegas! I hope you are having a great show.

Yesterday, I had the opportunity to sit in on a discussion about how the digital environment is impacting strategic HR. Check out the video below for my take on how we can use marketing best practices to segment employee populations for more meaningful benefit delivery and career pathing. Agree or disagree? Please share your comments below.
 

Have You Defined Your HR Technology Needs?

I think it’s safe to say we live in a digital world now. Technology is the backbone for so much of business today that every position in every company is touched, in one way or another, by multiple forms of IT. But, as technology conversations infuse our daily lives, I’ve noticed that the discussions are rarely specific, defined or realistic. What do we really need out of our HR technology?

Philadelphia’s Women in Technology Summit Inspires

Without a doubt, the world is abuzz with news about technology. Whether it’s a discussion over Facebook’s acquisition of WhatsApp, or Salesforce’s latest plugin, it’s hard to escape the technology conversation – and that’s a good thing!

The HR Department of 2020

Erin-OsterhausToday’s post is a guest post by Erin Osterhaus, Managing Editor for Software Advice‘s The New Talent Times, a popular HR Blog. 

HR professionals beware! Your field may be nearing its expiration date.

Or not.

While some have predicted that software will streamline administrative HR practices to the point that the actual human element in the “human resources” department will be obsolete, others see this new technology as offering an opportunity for growth.

And that includes us.

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