graphic for The 2019 Index of Intelligent Technology in HR Tech

 

Why Aren’t We Asking These Questions in HR?

The relationship between our people and their technology is reshaping the way that work gets done. What questions should we ask to uncover what these changes mean to our organization?
 

What’s Hiding in Those Terms of Service?

The most important thing about Terms of Service is that they are enforceable. And even if some parts may not be, you don’t want to have to pay to find out.
 

What About Recruitment Marketing Platforms?

About four or five years ago, the term ‘recruitment marketing platform’ first made its appearance. Jeff Dickey-Chasins discusses the current market.
 

Five Links: Non HR Tech Companies Entering the Market

On May 15, 2014, in Big Data, Daily Links, Futures, HR Technology, HR Trends, HRExaminer, Social Software, by John Sumser
This week’s links take a look at tech companies that are traditionally consider to be ‘not HR’.
 

Who Owns Data 8: Trouble With Linkedin’s Lawsuit

Linkedin is trying to make money from public information by controlling how people use their site. Linkedin’s legal position has some problems.
 

What HR Should Be Asking Part 1

More than a mandate, change is an issue of survival. It’s time to ask new questions.
 

Five Threads III: Data for Other Departments

On November 6, 2013, in Analytics, Big Data, HR Technology, HR Trends, HRExaminer, Industry Analysis, Social Software, by John Sumser
What used to be delivered in a stale memo is now communicated in the flow/context of other data. It turns out that the more personal the data, the more it sticks.
 

Who Owns Data 7: Linkedin or Fencedin

On August 20, 2013, in Data, Heather Bussing, HR Scoop, HR Technology, HRExaminer, Social Recruiting, Social Software, by Heather Bussing
Who owns data? Terms of Service or User Agreements are a kind of contract that describes who owns what. When you buy software, you don’t really own the software itself. You get a license to use it.
 

Not Data, Evidence

On August 12, 2013, in Big Data, Engagement, Heather Bussing, Social Media Policy, Social Software, by Heather Bussing
Almost everything we do leaves a digital data trail. For lawyers, that means evidence. Legal Editor Heather Bussing walks thru places to find digital evidence depending on what you want to know.
 

Facebook Terms of Service Translated

Facebook rolls out new code twice a day. There are hundreds of engineers working on thousands of changes every week. The legal stuff doesn’t change that often. But it’s still worth understanding. So here are some of the terms you should know about and what they mean.