Visier has built out an impressive analytics suite amines at better understanding talent acquisition. Here's my take.
IFS has a lot going on but is shy on details. In this final excerpt, I walk through key areas that are either being addressed or need addressing.
Technology stacks for the underpinning architecture matter less these days than they did in the past. Or do they? I take a view on this as it relates to IFS.
Smashfly put on heard some of the best customer speakers I’ve heard at any ERP or HR user conference. Here's what's on offer.
IFS recent customer conference showcased a company that its long on technology but thankfully short on hubris. In this first report, I look at the broad sweep of change IFS is seeing.
The HR Tech conference ought to be a celebration of the best the industry can show. Instead, we saw far too much hype. Here's where we deconstruct what's going on.
Technology solutions that treat employee engagement as a single cause issue are often missing the point. The variety of issues is myriad so why aren't the solutions sensitive to causal factors?
Zenefits has been quiet of late following intense scrutiny of its business practices, a management shakeout and layoffs. This week it comes back into the spotlight with a fresh set of threads and new if limited functionality. We assess progress.
A meagre 4 in 10 students claimed to know what consultants do. Many get their market intelligence from watching TV shows featuring consultants. Hardly surprising that consulting recruitment is tough. But it's worse than that. Read on.
The roles and responsibilities normally assigned to humans is changing rapidly. Bots are taking away many mundane tasks allowing HR to devote time on things that matter. I worry that HR is ill prepared to meet the challenges these shifts represent.
Driving value as a service inside ERP provides opportunities to make a big difference. Brian Sommer examines the current state of play and examines how vendors can add value in new ways.
Is it possible to properly understand why outstanding talent is walking away? With the help of HBR, Brian Sommer thinks so.
Focusing on the WHEN a person is at risk of leaving ignores the much more useful WHY and HOW of the leave decision. HR analytics need to move forward - and fast.