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HR in the Spotlight On TikTok

Human resources is getting its 15 minutes of TikTok fame as employees have taken to the social media platform to expose the world to insights on the profession. So reports Morning Brew.


HR Expert Turns to VR to Engage Workers During Pandemic

As online employment website Indeed realized the COVID-19 pandemic would mean many of its employees would be working remotely for a long time, one of its top human resources leaders looked into virtual reality as a way to keep employees engaged. So reports Human Resource Executive.


Accenture Reassures Employees It Will Make Them AI-Ready

Accenture employees who fear being replaced by robots should take some comfort in an offer recently made by the company's head of human resources. So reports Fortune.


When Electronic Communications Give Way to Face-to-Face

Hospitals, just like many other employers, rely on electronic communications. However, there are times when a real-time, in-person meeting is necessary. So reports Becker's Hospital Review.


IBM’s HR Head Talks About Harnessing Tech

IBM's chief human resources officer, Diane Gherson, says data, analytics and artificial intelligence are creating huge shifts in the workplace and that HR needs to stay on top of these changes. So reports Forbes.


Workers Turning to Apps as a Prelude or Alternative to Approaching HR

Human resources is not the only player in town for disgruntled employees who can now turn to apps to vent their frustration and find support among others who have also been burned. 


HR Pros Go Online to Advance Careers

Human resource professionals are tapping online programs, some free, to advance their careers in the profession. So reports U.S. News & World Report.


Technology Shapes 2018 HR Trends

Technology is a valuable tool that helps HR carry out daily responsibilities, but this year it may have an even greater impact in shaping industry trends.


Artificial Intelligence to Streamline HR

Artificial intelligence’s (AI's) overall impact on how corporations evolve also means changes for how human resource departments operate. So reports Bloomberg BNA.


Baltimore HR Department’s Digital Nightmare 

Baltimore’s Department of Human Resources is responsible for 12,000 non-uniformed city workers, but its antiquated IT system with decade-old software means that the department relies on pen and paper. So reports Baltimore Brew.


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