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Internet On-The-Go Dominated HR Technology in 2014
 Social media, mobile phones, and how people access them and why were among some of the most-read SHRM Online technology articles in 2014.

Using Tech to Implement the Affordable Care Act
ACA tracking and reporting requirements often go beyond what a company’s core technology systems can provide. That gap has created an opportunity for ACA-specific technology start-ups.

Technology Software that’s in it for Life
While today’s software providers may shun the cliché, the movement to integrated talent management has reignited the concept of a virtual cradle-to-grave people management environment at work. Originally, the concept of life-cycle management went from the point of hire to the point of exit—an “inside-the-four-walls” concept of the employee. Today, that has changed.

HR Linker and Thinker

Pamela Harding, CHRO at Next Dimension Media, runs LinkedIn’s largest group of HR professionals. Here she shows HR how to make the most out of LinkedIn groups.

7 Tips for Successful System Evaluations

Most HR professionals have evaluated HR software at some point in their careers. However, as delivery models change to focus more on software-as-a-service (SAAS), HR professionals may need to adjust the processes they’ve used in the past. The following steps can guide you.

Is Technology a Double-Edged Sword for Employees?
While most information technology professionals, human resource practitioners and attorneys agree that every organization should have strong technology and Internet usage policies, disagreement arises on just how limited or expansive employee access to information systems should be.

Look Who’s Shopping Now: Mostly the Boss
Employees who do their Christmas shopping online during work are more likely to be members of senior management, managers, supervisors and team leaders—not entry-level or professional staff members, according to a new survey from CareerBuilder.

The Internet of Everything Comes to Work
By 2018, 95 percent of people will connect to the Internet from a smart device—and HR might not be prepared to handle what some are calling the Internet of Things (or the Internet of Everything) and its impact on the workplace. Some of these devices may be undetectable.

Ease Recruiter, Manager Relationship with Technology
Human resources experts say there are steps that can be taken to bridge the divide between recruiters and hiring managers, including using software and video to ease the hiring process and getting higher-ups to referee the two sides.

Will Facebook Catch On as a Workplace Tool?
Organizations have already tried to bring social networks into the workplace with various degrees of success. However, “The interesting thing about Facebook at Work will be to determine if the world is ready to blend personal and business,” said Jason Averbook, CEO of The Marcus Buckingham Company.

How Facebook Recruits
The world’s largest social network leverages, among many platforms, social signals and predictive analytics to find talent. Let’s call it the “Moneyball” approach to finding talent.approach to finding talent.approach to finding talent.

Top Apps for Safety Pros
Safety professionals these days are as tech savvy as anyone else. So, just what applications are out there for the safety professional?

Why Mobile Device Security Is Everyone’s Job
According to the Mobile Work Exchange, which sponsored the webinar, many employees fail to take extra precautions to secure their devices, even though those devices may comingle data from work and personal information.

What’s the Big Deal with Big Data?
Big data. It’s a buzzword that can seem daunting for the HR professional tasked with incorporating it into recruiting or workforce planning. How do you get started with big data? By asking the right questions.


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