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Learn how artificial intelligence, social media, cybersecurity and more are changing the way HR works.

HR vendors are innovating AI tools for fairer job candidate assessments to maintain compliance with anti-bias laws.

New guidance from the U.S. Department of Labor addresses the risks and compliance issues that may arise from the use of artificial intelligence in work settings.

Businesses take heed: California state officials have warned that the law prohibits you from collecting unnecessary data and retaining data for longer than necessary.

Recruiters can leverage generative artificial intelligence with specific prompts for help with tasks such as sourcing candidates, refining job descriptions, composing outreach, and crafting interview questions.

The youngest workforce cohort, Generation Z, expects intuitive tech interfaces akin to social media. Understanding their needs requires ongoing feedback and regularly updated tools.

By integrating best-of-breed technology solutions with its core human capital management (HCM) suite, Marathon Petroleum can fulfill the complex requirements of its large hourly workforce.

Regulators across the U.K. and EU are interested in how organizations monitor their employees.

The widespread rollout of generative artificial intelligence tools has led to an explosive growth in the use of AI technology in the workplace. And while the tech presents a number of opportunities for HR, it also poses a number of challenges.

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How Is AI Revolutionizing HR?

Incorporating AI is no longer an option—it's essential. Understand how this invaluable technology changes how you work and stay at the forefront of its impact on HR through tools, policies, resources and educational opportunities.

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Understand how artificial intelligence is being used in the workplace and the issues employers should be aware of.

This article discusses the design and implementation of human resource information systems (HRIS). It addresses trends in technology, planning and design considerations, and vendor and software selection.