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Why pay anything for gen AI job description tools? Just say no! This article is sponsored by:

Traditional software vendors want to hit up existing customers with 10%-30% ‘up-charges’ for AI-enhanced applications. That surcharge may be justifiable in some situations but buyers should examine each enhanced app and ask if the new cost is commensurate with the new value-added capability. Here’s one example to ponder.


isolved - the update edition This article is sponsored by:

Summary: HRMS vendor isolved has been on the move. The company has created new applications, added new AI capabilities to many of its products, and experienced a lot of growth the last few years. I had a chance to get an update and here are the highlights.


HR Technology Conference hits and misses - part one This article is sponsored by:

The real stories at last week’s annual HR technology show, HR Technology Conference, were overshadowed by AI-hype; however, that doesn’t mean they weren’t worth noting. So, here are the important bits that should have grabbed the headlines. It's a long read, so grab a coffee and dive in!

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SuccessConnect 2023 - Starbucks, Zimmer Biomet and Waters Corporation share how they put HR change into action This article is sponsored by:

At SuccessConnect, we needed to understand SAP's approach to AI and HR transformation - but we also needed a gut check of customer priorities. One standout? A candid discussion on fostering change, business user buy in, and shifting to a more collaborative approach to HR.

SuccessConnect '23 - Cloud Acceleration customer panel

Can generative AI make HR more productive - and less biased? A closer look at Oracle's HCM AI announcements This article is sponsored by:

This week, Oracle issued more generative AI news: enhancements to Fusion Cloud HCM. The productivity potential is obvious, but with AI for HR, the stakes are much higher than that. Here's my post-demo review.

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