2013 is supposed to be the year human resources get a seat at the “big table,” becoming a strategic business partner. But is your HR ready for the challenge? When thinking about the future, many human resources professionals say in 2013, HR will finally have a place at “the big table.” This means human resourcesContinue reading “Is Human Resources Ready for the “Big Table?””
Human Resources Specialist Named One of U.S. News and World Report Top 100 U.S. Jobs for 2012. Like most things in the world, not all jobs are the same. Some jobs are clearly better than others. In a recent online post for U.S. News and World Report, they listed the 100 best jobs for 2013. Human resourcesContinue reading “Human Resources Specialist: 100 Top Jobs in US for 2013”
With the rise of cloud-computing, social media, Big Data and mobile, few corporate departments will start the New Year unchanged. The biggest trends in Human Resources software over the past year will continue to have an impact throughout 2013. When you consider that the 2012 HR Technology Conference had the highest attendance in the 15-year history ofContinue reading “Crystal Ball Time! Top HR Trends for 2013”
The cloud is everywhere, and it is poised to consume virtually every business. But will it be the same “cloud” we know today? The spread of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) is only just starting to transform the way we consider enterprise software. Cloud-computing and other subscription-based programs are being embraced by everyone from leading organizations (Salesforce, OracleContinue reading “Wired: Look Forward to a Post-Subscription Software Sales World”
If one thing can be said about 2012, it is that it was an exciting time to be working in the cloud, especially for human resources professionals. 2012 brought several innovations—from advances in Recruitment and Hiring to onboarding, HRMS and payroll—with cloud-based software revolutionizing the way HR works.