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Watch out for AI software’s hidden hiring risks

10/22/2019
Artificial intelligence sounds like it could be hiring’s Holy Grail: A completely automated system that maximizes application-sorting efficiency, minimizes HR labor and reduces the chance that bias could taint the hiring process. If only. Despite its great potential, AI carries liability risks that HR pros must understand.

Brainy tech tips to manage stress and productivity on the go

10/01/2019
The next time stress threatens to launch us into orbit, the following tips may bring balance back into our life and keep us grounded.

Majority of large companies now have a CDO

08/22/2019
A full 63% of Fortune 1000 businesses have appointed a Chief Data Officer, a huge jump from just 12% in 2012, according to a new survey by New Vantage Partners.

As artificial intelligence permeates HR, regulation increases

07/30/2019
More and more organizations are beginning to use artificial intelligence tools in their workplaces—and in their HR functions. AI raises a host of issues that have prompted an array of federal and state regulations.

Work with IT to capture agreement to arbitrate

07/30/2019
Now that most hiring is handled electronically, it’s easier than ever to collect an employee’s acknowledgment that he agreed to the terms of an arbitration agreement.

Data analytics surge as enabler of good HR decisions

07/23/2019
HR professionals increasingly base their business decisions and organizational recommendations on rigorous data analysis, according to a new “Pulse of HR” survey by payroll provider Paychex.

HR & the future workplace: Start planning for these 5 realities

07/23/2019
Here are five things you should know about advanced technologies and the workplace. All have potentially significant effects on HR functions and the work HR professionals do.

Beware data theft at airport charging stations

07/16/2019
According to a report in Forbes magazine, hackers have apparently found a way to modify the USB and other ports on airport charging stations to download data when travelers plug in their laptops and smartphones.

HR comm practices raise information security risks

03/26/2019
Confidential employee information may be at risk because HR pros regularly use insecure technology to share it.

Worried automation kills jobs? Think again

03/26/2019
In late 2017, the McKinsey Global Institute released a report estimating that automation could eliminate up to 73 million jobs in the U.S. by 2030. A growing chorus of skeptics is proclaiming: We don’t buy it!