Human Resources
Apr 5, 2019

Human-machine collaboration presents workplace challenges

Human resources departments will face future stumbling blocks in managing the human-machine relationship, says IDC's Ranjit Rajan.

Mar 18, 2019

Local job recruiters turn to artificial intelligence

A survey shows local human resources practitioners believe AI will play an important role in the recruitment process within the next few years.

Jan 29, 2019

Putting the 'human' back in human resources

With the rise of hiring analytics and big data, HR departments can more effectively match a particular candidate with the job opening that requires his or her specific skill set, says Jane Thomson, MD at EOH Infor Services.

Jan 24, 2018

Lack of soft skills hampering IT professionals' growth

Twenty five percent of surveyed companies admitted to not providing soft skills development training to IT professionals.


How innovative technologies are transforming HR

Integrative Consulting's Nicola Columbine will be speaking at the ITWeb Digital Economy Summit 2017 about how innovative technologies, from AI to robotics, will play a greater role in managing HR tasks.


HR in the digital era

Predictive analytics help HR leaders to identify which employee requires what type of workshop.

Aug 15, 2016

SAP ditches annual reviews

The software maker puts a stop to its own annual performance reviews, saying they are too expensive, time-consuming and often demotivating.


HR and payroll software equips managers, staff

Automated HR and payroll software provides a platform on which companies can build employee self-service, says Sage.

Jan 14, 2013

Social media: the new CV

Before hiring, many recruiters check out applicants' online profiles, says Junk Mail.

Nov 29, 2012

Improved processes motivate HCM decisions

The implementation of an HCM system is important for the successful management of the modern workforce, says SAP.

Feb 13, 2012

Tech growth outpaces skills development

The majority of executives view the rapid pace of technological change as a very difficult challenge, says Foster-Melliar.

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