Read the latest Human Resources software articles, news and reviews.
By Olivia R. | Nov 15 2017
Technology has made a gigantic impact on HR industry in the last decade. It’s a well-known fact that HR teams use technologies in many ways to find an appropriate candidate. Recent analysis even proved that ... Read More
By Stephanie P. | Sep 27 2017
Jobseeking isn’t easy. The average corporate job opening attracts 250 resumes, which means that if you want to land your dream job then you’re going to face some tough competition. That’s why you’ll want to ... Read More
By Eva Wislow | Sep 25 2017
For decades human resources has relied on traditional hiring procedures such as reading resumes and interviewing. These models have not always been very practical, especially in the case of international corporations with hundreds of employees. ... Read More
By Erin Marrs | Sep 06 2017
One of the great things about today’s world is that your profession, and therefore the facilities you need to be close to in order to maintain that profession, doesn’t necessarily have to determine where you ... Read More
By Mike J. | Aug 02 2017
It's a tough job, but someone's got to do it.
Employee scheduling is a core task for companies where complex shift work is the order of the day. From call centers to hospitals, hotels to retail ... Read More
By Dillon C. | Jul 26 2017
When it comes to business, a good plan is a must to know what roles are needed in your team, the skills needed to fill those gaps and how to train employees to fill that ... Read More
By Eva Wislow | Jun 21 2017
Contemporary HR management is going through significant changes due to information technologies and the newly-emerged needs of employees. In such reconfiguration of HR processes, even the biggest corporations are struggling to find alternative ways of ... Read More
By April Stearns | May 24 2017
If you’re a seasoned HR professional, you know how challenging the day-to-day of the job can be. You have to wear multiple hats — by providing on-boarding, benefits, and training to employees, handling any concerns ... Read More
By Norberts E. | May 17 2017
I won’t lie.
At one point of time many moons ago…I yearned for the prestige of being an MBA graduate. My seniors had woven pleasant and golden dreams of impressive designations, the lucrative pay packet and ... Read More
By David Self | Apr 20 2017
Allow me to preface this post by saying that I have only been managing a (partially) remote team for about six months. While the dust of the transition is still settling, I can say that ... Read More