From how 9/11 knowledgeable HR’s response to COVID-19 to AI’s function in stopping the Nice Resignation, listed below are this week’s tech tales.
‘The final word HR act:’ These classes from 9/11 stay related immediately: Twenty years later, HR leaders are coping with a distinct, extra disruptive disaster however one which can be testing what it means to handle worker wants. This time round, expertise is taking part in a fair larger function within the response. Read more.
How this HR chief rolled out a brand new HCM device amid a pandemic and a merger: On this HR Tech Q&A, Optimizely’s chief individuals officer, Laura Thiele, discusses what retains her up at evening, her HR tech wishlist and how one can construct company tradition when staff are distant. Read more.
Can AI assist reverse the Nice Resignation?: HR leaders report combined experiences utilizing synthetic intelligence to measure office sentiment and decide worker flight danger. Whereas some firms are having success tapping AI to gradual turnover, others say extra developments are wanted. Read more.
Steve Boese: The return of an HR Tech Convention favourite: After being sidelined by the pandemic final 12 months, Pitchfest is again this 12 months to crown the highest HR tech start-up. Read more.
HR tech variety of the day: Hiring bias: In keeping with a latest report from Harvard Enterprise Faculty and Accenture, automation software program could be deleting the resumes and job functions of first rate candidates. What does this imply for HR leaders? Read more.
Phil Albinus is HR Tech Editor for HRE. He has been masking private and enterprise expertise for 25 years and has served as editor and government editor for numerous monetary companies, buying and selling expertise and worker advantages titles. He’s a graduate of SUNY New Paltz and lives within the Hudson Valley together with his audiologist spouse and three grownup youngsters. He will be reached at [email protected] and adopted on Twitter @philalbinus.