Technology (125 items)


New research on AI and HR, employer branding, and more

A new report has outlined how technology and artificial intelligence will affect HR in future workplaces, while another explains which jobs will be most affected. Meanwhile, an inquiry has recommended portable long service leave be established; a report has found organisations are failing to differentiate their employer brands; and more. » more »



Reports on soft skills, bullying, disengagement and much more

Demand for soft skills in younger workers is dramatically increasing, but they are failing to keep up, a major report shows. Meanwhile, an inquiry has highlighted the cultural issues that can promote workplace bullying; technology is decreasing face-to-face interactions; the AFP says cybercriminals are targeting HR payroll systems; and more. » more »



Why goals weren't reached in 2015; Warning on zero-tolerance policies; and more

A new study has highlighted the top reasons employees and managers fail to accomplish their intended work. In other research, knowledge and opinions we round up today, an employment lawyer warns against zero-tolerance drug and alcohol policies; a data specialist sets ground rules for predictive analytics; and more. » more »



New resources on tackling domestic violence at work; plus much more

> Why workplaces can't ignore domestic violence > AI heralds new wave of management positions > Gender pay gap runs deeper than base salary > New appointments in the HR space > Australian salary growth to lag global average in 2016 » more »


Webcast: Performance management - adjust, evolve, or overhaul?

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It's widely accepted that traditional performance management approaches are failing organisations, causing pain instead of driving engagement and productivity. Watch this webcast to understand which elements of the process you should adjust, evolve, or overhaul completely. » more »