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How recommendation systems are gaining importance in HR Applications

Think about the brick and mortar business; the shopkeepers knew their customers so well. What has the customer purchased in the past, what are their seasonal purchases, what are the quantities in which the purchase happens, everything is known to them. Based on their knowledge, the shopkeepers would recommend a commodity to the customers, which […]

Diversity and Inclusion: Are we at an Inflection Point?

In my first 5 years of exposure to HR Tech, I had not heard the term Diversity and Inclusion. However, it’s unlikely that anyone working in HR Tech has not come across D&I in the last couple of years. It has emerged as a horizontal business issue and is being discussed with recruitment, performance, compensation, […]

Considerations for leveraging AI in HR

The HR function in enterprises is in the middle of a revolution, with AI playing an increasingly important role in facilitating processes and decision-making. Many organizations now leverage AI to improve the efficiency of their recruitment, performance management and succession planning processes. AI is particularly well-suited to this role because it can serve to automate […]

Workplace digitization for improved employee experience

According to the Governance Studies at Brookings report, millennials will comprise more than one of three adult Americans by 2020 and 75% of the workforce by 2025. This is the new workforce whom companies are going to target and search the best candidates from. They are more digital, more global, more diverse, and technology savvy. […]

Designing a great user-experience for your HR Tech products

What is the current market situation? Majority of the current players in HR tech offer customizable products. It means, the product can be configured to meet requirements of organizations of any size and type. When a product is customizable, the focus is on configuration flexibility, and reusable components. While supporting this feature, most of the […]

New Themes in HR Tech that 2018 gave us

In recent years, HR Tech market has been disrupted in many ways. Tech giants like Google and Microsoft have entered the arena with Google Hire and Dynamic 365 Talent. The year 2018, saw investments worth more than $4B across 266 HR Tech deals. The market is swamped with innovative solutions built using latest technologies like AI, the […]

Traditional Workforce vs Contingent Workforce

  Recent stats say that ‘Up to 30% of the Fortune 100 workforce is contingent. That number is expected to increase to 50% by 2020’. To understand more about the gig workers, we have highlighted the difference between traditional and contingent workforce management.Let’s compare how workforce management differs for these two different workforces and understand […]

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