When reading about the latest HR technology developments and which are likely to have the most profound impact on HR jobs going forward, certain “memes” come up repeatedly: Software as a Service (SaaS); wearables (e.g., Google Glass); system integration; and employee engagement.
No stranger to controversy during her more than decades of public service, likely presidential candidate Hillary Clinton recently found herself at the center of yet another maelstrom – and before her candidacy has even been announced. So reports CNN Money.
Talent management in 2015 looks very different than it did at the dawn of the millennium; and certainly nothing like it did in the latter part of the 20th century. It goes without saying that technology has radically changed not only the way business is conducted in virtually every industry – but also how managers lead their teams, interview potential new hires and interact with employees and customers all day long.
It may not be obvious yet, but on-demand services like Uber are not just reshaping the way people hail taxis in large cities; they’re on track to revamp the American workforce in the most profound manner since perhaps the Industrial Revolution.