“Moving the Needle” with Limited Resources – by Roy Altman

A recent survey by Raven Intel (see article this issue) concluded that, due to COVID 19, at least 60% of companies surveyed said that they were cutting costs where they can or will completely cease all investments in HR technology. While we’re dealing with the virus, and for the foreseeable future afterward, HR technology investment will doubtless suffer. Courtesy of ...

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The New World of Ultimate Kronos Group – by Dan Vander Hey

Author’s Note: Greg Swick, Chief Sales Officer, and Jody Kaminsky, Chief Marketing Officer, both of Ultimate Software, were interviewed and contributed to this article. Representing the largest merger of employees and shared customers in the HCM market in over a decade, the merger agreement by Ultimate Software and Kronos sets an aggressive pace for HCM market growth and opportunism in ...

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Evolving with the times: Tackling turnover and other workforce analytics challenges – by Helen Friedman and Anna Marley

What will be the top workforce analytics challenges of the new decade? Based on the flurry of activity and press on various topics, there are already some early contenders for top workforce analytics priorities: Exposing the power of “social” or organizational networks at work Creating an actively managed and personalized employee experience Addressing real-time opportunities for development and performance improvement ...

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The Quantum Apocalypse is Coming! Is HR Ready? – by Roy Altman

Quantum computing, an esoteric branch of computer science, holds promises of vast computing power once it becomes viable. One use case is that it will render all current encryption schemes vulnerable. Thus all information on the web will become immediately hackable, which would mean that the World Wide Web, as we know it, will be fundamentally changed, and unless we ...

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“2020 Vision”– Analyzing the Annual Sierra-Cedar HR Systems Survey

Sierra-Cedar (and its predecessor organizations)has conducted and published the results of its annual survey of HR information technology users for the last 22 consecutive years. A few details stand out among the survey group demographics: 609 of 1,892 (32%) of the organizations are global with the average global organization having operations in 26 countries. Fully 77% of respondents were assigned ...

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