What Do HR Professionals Really Think About Machines Replacing People (and how are they evaluating new HR Technologies)?

We surveyed 542 HR executives and subject matter experts to find out what they really think about machines replacing people (and how they are evaluating new HR Tech).
 

Abandonment of AI and Intelligent Tool Projects (and what it actually means)

We surveyed 542 HR executives and subject matter experts to find out what AI and intelligent tools were passing or failing in real-world deployments.
 

HRExaminer v11.00

We’ve got a whole week of amazing videos from John Sumser covering different impacts of the pandemic on the workforce.



 

Pandemic Workforce: Safety, Health, Development (SHD)

John Sumser discusses HR’s new pandemic triumvirate: safety, health, and development (SHD).
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Pandemic Workforce: Beware of certainty

John Sumser cautions us to beware of certainty as he reviews key organizational changes emerging during the pandemic and some dramatic data from Humanyze on how working relationships have experienced seismic shifts.
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Pandemic Workforce: Expect New Disability and Safety Issues

John Sumser discusses what new disability and safety issues will emerge from the coronavirus pandemic in your workforce.
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Pandemic Workforce: The Demise and Rise of the HR Safety Department

John Sumser walks through the historical demise of the HR Safety Department and its subsequent rise during the pandemic when health and safety returned as HR’s top priority.
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HRExaminer v10.99

We’re wrapping up our four-part series on Assessing Values in Online Technology. Michael Kannisto, Tejal Raval, Zachary Harper, and Anum Malik conducted a 90-day study where they racked up 450+ hours watching demos, asking questions, and working to understand the business model and technical approach of 110 companies. In part three they cover the assessments, trends, and tips to buyers and sellers. In part four they showcase all the data (don’t miss the company directory).



It’s The End of the Heroic Response Period in the Coronavirus Pandemic. Watch John Sumser’s video about the impacts on the workforce from sustained traumatic stress.



On HR Tech Weekly: Analyst Event updates from Stacey and John on Ultimate Software, Ceridian, and iCIMS. Plus, Yvette Cameron’s move to SVP of Product Strategy at Oracle Cloud HCM after Gretchen Alarcon’s departure to ServiceNow. Don’t miss Creepy HR, Data Collection, Privacy, the Federated Identity Initiative, Velocity, and competing Skills Networks.



John Sumser speaks with Mike Carden, an HR futurist and the co-founder of Joyous, the inventor of Open Employee Feedback. A published author, Michael won the Writemark Plain English Award and the Bayer Innovators Award and also crashed a plane into the sea. Listen to Mike Carden on HRExaminer’s Executive Conversations Podcast.



 

HR Tech Weekly: Episode #293: Stacey Harris and John Sumser

Analyst Event updates from Stacey and John on Ultimate Software, Ceridian, and iCIMS. Plus, Yvette Cameron’s move to SVP of Product Strategy at Oracle Cloud HCM after Gretchen Alarcon’s departure to ServiceNow. Don’t miss Creepy HR, Data Collection, Privacy, the Federated Identity Initiative, Velocity, and competing skills networks.
 

Pandemic Workforce: The End of the Heroic Response Period

In this video, John Sumser delves into workforce trauma caused by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. John discusses the psychological impacts of sustained traumatic stress and describes the period we’re in now as the end of the heroic response period.
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