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EEOC lawsuit alleges discriminatory AI screening

05/19/2022
Using software based on artificial intelligence and other algorithm systems has helped streamline the hiring process at many companies. Those programs are often touted as a way to keep bias from tainting the hiring process. But recent guidance from the EEOC and Department of Justice says AI can sometimes lead to more discrimination, not less.

EEOC, DOJ warn about AI and disability bias

05/17/2022
The EEOC and the Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice have released guidance on how employers can avoid discriminating against disabled applicants and employees when using artificial intelligence software or other algorithmic tools to make HR decisions.

Snapshot: How HR uses AI

05/17/2022
About half of employers use artificial intelligence or data analytics to make better HR decisions.

Using AI in hiring? Beware liability for bias

04/21/2022
Employers increasingly rely on artificial intelligence-based software to manage the hiring process. But critics of AI software claim discrimination may be baked into the algorithms.

Take these basic steps to protect against cyber-attacks

03/31/2022
As the war in Ukraine continues, the White House is warning Americans about the danger of Russian-sponsored cyber-attacks designed to disrupt business in the United States. Follow these steps to ensure you’re protected against Russian cyber-sabotage.

Shields up! Feds warn of Russian cyberattacks

03/17/2022
As the world tightens its economic grip on Russia in response to the Ukraine invasion, tech experts are citing heavier-than-usual cyberattacks on small and mid-sized U.S. businesses that are originating in Russia and China.

EEOC casts a skeptical eye on the use of AI in hiring

11/11/2021
Employers considering adding or expanding use of artificial intelligence programs to screen job applicants, take note: The EEOC has announced a new initiative to examine the use of AI in hiring.

44% more collaboration tool use since 2019

08/31/2021
Nearly 80% of workers are using collaboration tools for work in 2021, up from just over half of workers in 2019, according to the Gartner business advisory firm’s Digital Worker Experience Survey. That’s an increase of 44% since the pandemic began.

Added complexity of remote workforce has more employers moving to HRIS systems

08/26/2021
Human resource information systems have evolved rapidly in the past decade, developing into an all-encompassing workforce tool. They aim to seamlessly manage your backend people-related admin tasks.

Study: Best (and worst) applicant tracking systems

06/24/2021
Ladders, Inc. collected data from 50,000 employers and job seekers to analyze the top software used to accept and track job applications.