The latest is ADP's new cloud-based iHCM 2, which makes it easier to manage and pay your employees.
Companies need to do more than provide the right technologies for remote working, especially in addressing mental health.
Will remote working kill agencies dynamism?
Employees are beginning to worry how COVID-19 will affect their ability to work.
AI in the workplace is about to become the new normal, and it is about time.
Everyone understands the value of data, but very few can capitalize on it.
COVID-19 is only speeding up the trend toward virtual teams, but adopters need to address these issues first.
The new ask underscores rapidly shifting attitudes toward health benefits.
Don't misread what your employee engagement data tells you about how to improve employee experience.
Here’s another reason why HR should advocate flexible workspaces -- the environment.
Metadata frameworks may be HR's best friend, along with engaging employees (not just chatting) and keep leaders informed in real-time
Key lessons: HR is now everyone's concern and be careful what you sow.
A key challenge for all employees is access to the right information and advice. AI can help.
While many see the benefits, only 28% feel they are equipped to deliver a clear strategy.
Putting off care for behavioral health needs can increase medical spend by up to 300%.
Employees are feeling the stress of data overload and their inability to analyze, with some avoiding using data and others taking sick leaves.
Studies show that culture affects how one recognizes collective emotion, which in turn affects leadership style.
IoT devices can help HR leaders drive employee efficiency, but watch out for security kickback.