The future of HR technology

Technological innovations have pushed HR to a critical turning point. Employees increasingly complete payroll and benefits tasks using a self-service portal, and online recruiting tools have automated significant parts of the job posting and application process.

How the right technology can improve retention

The past fifteen years have brought significant changes to the workplace. Smartphone use, an increasing number off-site employees and a plummeting unemployment rate are just a few of the dramatic changes today’s most HR professionals didn’t worry about a decade ago.

How to prepare for the future of work

Is it possible to prepare for the future of work? Not too long ago, work was more of a fixed thing.

How HR can use design thinking to improve employee experience

The phrase “design thinking” brings to mind popular, easy-to-use products from successful companies such as AirBnB, Apple, and Google.

Without employee experience, your bottom line will suffer

Employee experience has become the new key differentiator for companies looking to drive revenue growth.

Digital transformation starts with the employee experience

What is digital transformation, and how should companies go about it? That’s a question many companies struggle with as they limp toward the future on aging and outdated  technology.

The top modern intranet features for better employee experiences

Forbes contributor Denise Lee Yohn has declared 2018 the Year of Employee Experience, and for good reason. Now that nine in 10 businesses have nailed down customer experience (or are trying to), employee experience has become the next big competitive frontier.

How to fix the employee experience in 2018

The employee experience is becoming more strategic than ever. Staying in one position over the course of your career is no longer the norm. Today’s employees change jobs around four times by age 32, staying at the same job for just 4.4 years, on average (half, if they’re younger).

What is workforce empowerment and how can you apply it to your team?

Studies show that empowered workers are more engaged with their work, more productive—22 percent more—and ultimately accomplish more on the job. The reason? Because workforce empowerment means bestowing employees with autonomy, self-direction and tools to get the job done.